The ultimate evolution of Nissan's R34 GT-R was the V-Spec II Nur edition. Named for Germany's Nurburgring where Nissan tested the R34, only 718 V-Spec II Nurs were built — and this is undoubtedly one of the most pristine of the lot. This Japan-spec car is practically showroom new, with only 362 km on the odometer, plastic covers on the seats, and paper over the floormats. Criminally underrated at 330 horsepower from its 2.6-liter, twin-turbocharged inline-six, the Nur featured, all-wheel-drive, four-wheel steering, better suspension, and a carbon fiber hood in place of the standard aluminum. While this GT-R is asking a price roughly double that of the latest GT-R, the exclusivity factor and classic design make it a clear winner.