29: Lamborghini Jalpa
The Jalpa is a sports car that you seldom hear about anymore, and there’s reason for that. The car has a style that just never caught on with the Lambo crowd, and part of this was due to its polarizing design. Another issue with the Jalpa is the fact that the car has a high sticker price on the used market. The rarity of the nameplate and the consumer interest in the car makes it a lot rarer than your average Lambo. To say the least, the car has a superiority complex with you put it up against other Lamborghinis from this period.
The Jalpa was a defining moment for the brand as it ventured into the 1980s with a new design that showcased the decade. The 3.5-liter Lamborghini V8 under the hood was chock full of reliability issues, and the cost to repair an obscure sports car is even worse. If you have been looking for a classic Lamborghini model to restore the Jalpa probably isn’t going to be the best bet.