22. Toyota Landcruiser J60
It’s insane that quality examples of the J60 series Landcruiser are getting north of $30,000 today, but this is the reality of the collector car market. The classic ’80s SUV was affordable not that long ago, but now the prices are getting out of hand. However, most restoration projects are still somewhat affordable. So if you have the means to, you should consider finding an ’80s Landcruiser (via Cars Guide).
Toyota introduced it in 1980 and discontinued it in 1989, selling the J60 all over the world. And it was especially popular in America. The Landcruiser combined the ruggedness of a classic FJ40 with a durable 4.2-liter inline-six engine and a bigger, more comfortable body. The combination proved so influential that the J60 is now the focus of collectors all over the world.