Old meets new in the Rossi SixtySix ($130,000). Based on a new C6 Corvette — which is included in the price — the SixtySix removes the modern-looking body and replaces it with a custom skin inspired by great Corvettes of the past, in particular the Stingray years, with its signature split rear window that debuted to mixed reviews in 1963. Production will be limited, so get in line now.
Created to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the British luxury car maker, the Jaguar XKR 75 (£85,500; roughly $130,000) is a limited edition version of the company's stylish sports coupe. Powered by a 5.0L supercharged engine, the XKR 75 boasts 530hp — 20 more than its standard-edition sibling — that propels it from 0-60 in just 4.4 seconds, moving on to a top speed of 174 mph. Features include upgraded suspension systems, active front lighting, 20-inch Vortex dark gray alloy wheels, red brake calipers, "Stratus Gray" exterior paint, and an optional graphics pack with stylish white striping. Limited to just 75 models, it's bound to be a collector's item — assuming you can keep your foot off the gas.
We're not sure whether we'd call it the "World's Most Famous Car" — we'd think that might go to something more universal, like the Mirthmobile — we'd still be more than happy to drive around in James Bond's 1964 Aston Martin DB5 ($5 million). Hitting the auction block this October at the Automobiles of London event, this classic sports car is one of only two featured on screen during Goldfinger and Thunderball, complete with Bond's machine guns, a bullet-proof shield, revolving number plates,a removable roof panel, and smoke screen, all controlled via toggles mounted in the arm rest. Chilled bottle of Dom Perignon '53 not included. [Thanks, Stephen]