Morgan Aero 8
The Morgan Aero 8 is the great-grandchild of the traditional Morgan released in the 1940s, and although it shares some outward appearance with its predecessor, on the inside it is a very different beast—not least because it’s not made from wood. Now featuring a five-liter V8 from BMW, the Aero 8 has seen some success in endurance and GT racing including a 20th place finish at the 2004 12 hours of Sebring event. As with almost every other car on this list, rumors abound of its imminent US release, but (as ever) believe it when you see it. But if you do see it, you should probably buy it.