From the outside, it looks like any other crossover. But the Lynk & Co. 01 is unlike any car you've ever owned. Mostly because you don't even need to own it. Developed by the Swedish engineers at Volvo, it's super safe, handles well, and has all the technological feature's you'd expect. Plus a big one you don't. Thanks to its connected platform, it automatically tells the dealership when it needs serviced, so they'll come and get it, leave a replacement, and drop your ride back afterwards. If you're not using it for a few hours, just tell it when you'll be back, and it will be available for others to drive, with the rental fees dropped into your account. And should you find yourself flying to a new locale, the app makes it just as easy for you to rent someone else's car for a time, giving you access to "your" car, even if it's really sitting in your driveway.
The lightweight version of the popular Giulia Sprint GT, the 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA was developed by the company's racing division and had a number of changes from the original. Notably, the outer body panels were made from aluminum rather than steel, the wheels were magnesium alloy, the interior trim was lighter, and the side windows were plastic. Thanks in part to these modifications, it had a dry weight of under 1,650 pounds, allowing the 113hp, 1,570 cc engine to propel it to a top speed of 115 mph. This particular example is in great condition, with a white exterior, black interior, and original wheels.
Powered by a supercharged 312 cubic-inch V8 producing 300 horsepower, this 1957 Ford Thunderbird F-Bird kept the classic cruiser's laid-back looks but added Corvette-battling power. While there were roughly 200 supercharged T-Birds built in 1957, only 17 are believed to have left the factory with the same 3-speed racing transmission you'll find here. Recently refurbished, it has a torch red interior and an all-black exterior fitting for a car that could run from 0-60 in under six seconds and top out at well over 120 mph.
Found in Yokohama in 2015 and fully restored over the last year, this 1972 Nissan Skyline GT-R Hakosuka is one of the finest examples of this vintage Japanese sports car you'll find, in the US or otherwise. As one would expect, it's powered by its original 2.0L inline six-cylinder S20 engine, which, along with gearbox, needed nothing more than routine servicing during the restoration. The brakes, steering, and suspension were all rebuilt, however. The exterior was completely refinished, including a new paint job in the original Light Platinum Metallic hue. The interior is likewise in great shape, needing only a restoration of the dashboard and console to bring it up to current, show-ready standards.