Introduced in 1976, the Lotus Esprit had a production run of nearly 30 years, with the last revision ending in 2004. Originally styled by Giorgetto Giugiaro, the Esprit was an example of his "folded paper" theme and has the classic wedge shape seen on many supercars of the '70s and '80s. This 1987 Lotus Esprit Turbo HC is one of the best examples of the car before the redesign by McLaren F1 designer Peter Stevens. Powered by a turbocharged four making 215 horsepower in a package weighing just over a ton, the Esprit is perfect example of the Lotus philosophy — reduce weight and add lightness. The car underwent a major refreshing in 2018, with the engine removed and several parts rebuilt or replaced. The interior looks to be in excellent condition and the car has covered 54,000 miles since new. If classic British sports cars are what you're after, this Lotus is one of the best on the market.