Not every desirable automobile has to be a 60-year-old thoroughbred or high-strung race car — sometimes an untouched example of great engineering is enough to get the blood pumping. BMW's first production all-wheel-drive car, the 325iX sedan was introduced in 1985. The vast majority were sold in the colder climes of the US and Canada, making European models extremely rare, and one in the condition of the example here an absolute unicorn. Showing only 316 miles on the odometer, this 1986 325iX has remained in like-new, unregistered condition since leaving the BMW factory. It's so mint you can almost smell the new-car smell, and as an added bonus, it's even got a five-speed manual.