1. Maserati Quattroporte IV

Maserati withdrew from the U.S. market in the early ‘90s. And in 1994 they introduced the fourth generation of their flagship sedan they called the Quattroporte IV. Sadly, they didn’t offer it for sale in America, so U.S. buyers only could get it in Europe and other select markets.

It was an elegant sedan with a handmade interior and a famous Cartier clock on the dashboard. The power came from its 2.0 or 2.8-liter twin turbo V8 engines, which were powerful despite the small displacement. Best of all, the prices for those rare, beautiful cars are relatively low, so you can get the Quattroporte IV with American plates for less than $20,000.