Morgan Plus 4 (1950–1961)

Traditional style blended with more modern concepts of size and weight, the Plus 4 was an attractive option on the English auto market. It eventually shared an engine with the Triumph TR3.

Dodge Viper (1990–2010)

If macho can be sexy, then the Dodge Viper has appeal to spare. Designed to be brutally fast, uncomplicated, and eye-catching, this low-tech superstar from Detroit hit instant fame.

Ford Thunderbird (1955–1957)

A true classic by any standards. The original T-Bird was a response to Chevy's Corvette, and oozes '50s diners and drive-ins style from every angle.

Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale (1967–1971)

Does it get curvier than this? The ultra-rare Stradale variant of Alfa's T33 race car may be the pinnacle of the eye-catching European '60s automotive style. It's thought to be the first car with butterfly doors.

Lotus Evora (2009–Present)

Packing a modern sense of style and famous Lotus driving dynamics, the Evora is the answer for those looking for a more practical, yet still entertaining, alternative to the tiny Lotus Elise.

Chevrolet Corvette (1963–1967)

The second generation Sting Ray marked the first fixed-roof Corvette coupe. The split rear window, which was featured only in 1963, is instantly recognizable.