Aston Martin has a long history of producing beautiful GTs, and when the V8 Vantage debuted in 1977, it combined Aston's design heritage with a renewed emphasis on performance. The ultimate edition of the V8 Vantage would come in 1987 with the X-Pack. Upgrades to the 5.3-liter V8 came in the form of higher compression pistons, four Weber carburetors, a larger intake manifold, and bigger intake valves. This pushed power to 432 horsepower and gove the V8 Vantage a legitimate 200 MPH top speed, making it a true supercar for the time. The 1988 V8 Vantage pictured here is an original factory X-Pack model. The paint and white leather interior with red carpeting is striking, and along with the burled walnut trim, is classic British luxury at its finest.