8. Ferrari 456 GT
If you want a Ferrari with modern appointments and creature comforts for a reasonable price, the 456 GT is the one for you. Ferrari first introduced it in 1992 in Europe and in 1995 in America. The 456 GT combines classic proportions, a glorious V12 engine and full comfort for four adults and their luggage.
Thanks to a 5.5-liter V12 engine and 442 HP on tap, 456 GT is still a fast machine and can outrun some much younger cars. Ferrari offered the option of an automatic gearbox for buyers who don’t want to shift gears. The automatic versions are more affordable than the six-speed manuals. The 456 GT stayed in production until 2003 and Ferrari made over 3,200 wonderful, understated GT cruisers.
Despite costing almost $300,000 in mid-90’s, you can buy the 456 GT for around $60,000 today. Models in top shape go for just over $70,000. Although this is a large sum for any car enthusiast, consider the features of this elegant cruiser, including its power, design and legend.