18. Lancia Fulvia Coupe
Today, Lancia is a forgotten company. They are still active but offer nothing interesting in their lineup besides selling rebadged Chryslers. But back in the ’60s, Lancia was an independent luxury manufacturer with highly respected cars that featured unique designs and technical solutions. So when the company presented the Fulvia Coupe in 1965, the car world took notice (via FCA Heritage).
The Fulvia Coupe was a little 2+2 two-door car with a narrow-angle V4 in the front powering the front wheels. This unique layout was handled fantastically and with the small weight, it presented a vivid performance. Despite having from 85 to 115 HP, Lancia Fulvia Coupe was a rally champion. It was also an extremely rewarding car to drive fast on winding roads. You can still find decent Fulvia Coupes starting at around $20,000. They imported the Fulvia Coupe to the U.S. when it was new, so you can find dozens for sale right now.