21 Rare Cars We’d Love To Drive…

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Aston Martin Bulldog:  The 1979 single car production looks remarkably similar to the Delorean, without the stainless steel finish. There are also design similarities to the Lotus Esprit featured in the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me.  However, why the British car manufacturer constructed this unique machine complete with digital instrument cluster and a rear view monitor in lieu of a mirror remains a mystery.

It was dubbed the DP K9 01, in reference to a Doctor Who character.  If you leave the quirks to the side, its 5.3L twin-turbo V8 power plant put out 600 horses and could achieve speeds up to 190 mph. That makes it an attractive rare find, in any enthusiast’s book.

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