1970 Ford Mustang Boss Snake $159,000: It's undisputed that 1970 was the pinnacle for American auto manufacturing, and coming off the 1969 Nascar season, Ford was on top of (most) of the racing world. The Trans Am circuit was another story however, which is when Ford exec Bunkie Knudson (yeah that's actually his name) came up with the idea to build two prototypes of the Mustang Boss designed to dominate. When Bunkie was laid off later that year, these prototypes never saw the road, instead becoming Mustang legend. Fast forward 40 years, and some whacked out Ford fanatic set out to finally create their version of a road legal 1970 Boss Mustang, bolting a 6 speed on to a John Case 529 HEMI Boss Nine engine outputting 770 horsepower and 720lb./ft. of torque. F*ck yeah, America.