28. Porsche 944
In 1983, Porsche presented the 944, which proved to be an important model for the brand. One of the main features of the new car was a 2.5-liter four-cylinder that produced 170 HP at first. Although it is not an impressive number today, it was potent by mid-80’s standards. The 0 to 60 mph time was around 7.5 seconds. However, the value of this small car lies in its handling and precision driving. Every 944 has a gearbox on the rear axle or a transaxle layout. That means the 944 handles perfectly and has ideal weight distribution. And this little sports car could out-corner many expensive sports cars.
Even today, it can still hold its own in the hands of an experienced driver. Besides, the look is pure ‘80s nostalgia with its popup headlights and rear glass. The Porsche 944 was a forgotten gem among classic sports cars. But, recently, the interest in the 944 from the car community has picked up. In fact, some prices are going over $10,000 for the best examples. However, you can find driving-quality early models for around $3,000. Just act fast if you want this cool little coupe because the prices will go up soon.