The Ferrari 250 GTO might get all the attention and record-setting selling prices, but the best-looking automobile ever made never put a wheel on the track in anger. The 1966 Jaguar XJ13 was going to be the company's triumphant return to Le Mans, but the project stalled and only one prototype was made. Impossibly long, low, beautiful, and the absolute pinnacle of Jaguar's design language from the late 40s, the XJ13 is rare — which means if you want one, you're going to have to get a replica. This XJ13 is an identical copy of the original down to the last nut and rivet. Built by New Zealander Rob Tempero, it has a mid-mounted V12 displayed under glass, making it the highlight of this masterpiece. But even better than the exquisite workmanship is that it's going to be sold to a very lucky bidder.