One of the most unique cars to ever make it to serial production, the Vector W8 came flying out of Wilmington, California, in 1989. Vector only made 17 customer cars and two prototypes before it folded in 1993, but the W8 stands as one of the most original cars ever made — and its performance matched its looks. The brainchild of veteran auto designer Gerald Wiegert, the W8 took many elements of the aircraft industry in both design and construction. A bonded and riveted frame, optimized aerodynamics, and even digital instruments from fighter jets were utilized. A six-liter twin-turbo V8 made 625 horsepower, with dyno runs producing 1,200 at max boost pressure. This gave the W8 a 0-60 time under three seconds and a theoretical top speed of 242 mph, numbers that stand even in today's hypercar world. This W8 is offered for sale by the original owner and is immaculate inside and out; the car has covered just over 2,000 miles since new. All documentation is included in the sale, and anyone interested in something truly one-of-a-kind should give it a look.