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Mercedes 300SL Gull Wing: This piece of rolling art arrived in 1954, heralding the implementation of fuel injection in its 3.0L engine. Engineers added the gull wing doors to attract the eye of interested sportscar enthusiasts, while its top speed of 160 mph answered any questions about the new technology’s ability to deliver.

Of course, it met the Mercedes standard of production while making a stamp in the sport coup segment. You can still find examples of these in collectors’ garages around the world, but they paid a cool $1.5 million for the privilege.

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