Toyota dropped the 2000GT at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1965 and changed the way the world looked at Japanese car manufacturers. Known for small, fuel-efficient cars with great engineering but little performance, the 2000GT was an instant classic and considered to be the first supercar from the Land of the Rising Sun. The car was jointly developed and manufactured by Yamaha and inspired by the Jaguar E-Type, with flowing aluminum bodywork, concealed headlights, and a straight-six. Only 351 were made from 1967 to 1970, and the 2000GT "MF12L" is even more rare — it's one of nine with the MF12L trim package, and one of three made with an automatic transmission. Although no estimate is given, 2000GTs have sold for over seven figures, so expect a similar price for this example.