Performance with a touch of civility — that was the Maserati Bora, the company's first mid-engine supercar. The Bora began when French manufacturer Citroën took a controlling interest in Maserati in 1968. With Lamborghini and DeTomaso having mid-engine cars and Ferrari developing one, Maserati followed suit. The result was the Bora which went into production in 1971 and continued until 1978, with 564 produced. Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro at Italdesign, the Bora had features like an adjustable pedal box, tilt and telescoping steering wheel, and a front-mounted trunk that made the car practical to drive. This Bora received a two-year restoration that was finished in 2011, and still presents beautifully eight years later. Fully documented and ready to drive, it's perfect for any Maserati fan or someone who wants a head-turning driver.