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Yes, there were X-90s that didn't have giant Red Bull cans bolted on top

Yes, there were X-90s that didn't have giant Red Bull cans bolted on top.

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Toyota's big, sophisticated luxury sedan of the 1980s.

Before the Lexus LS, Toyota's top-of-the-line luxury car in the United States was the Cressida.

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A Lamborghini Miura, Porsche 356 and Jaguar E-Type are included

A Lamborghini Miura, Porsche 356 and Jaguar E-Type are included.

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One of Lee Iacocca's Chrysler-saving K-Cars, now junked in Arizona

One of Lee Iacocca's Chrysler-saving K-Cars, now junked in Arizona.

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Consulting the crystal ball to predict future classics

Classic cars come in all shapes and sizes. And, as this list of future collectibles from Hagerty proves, they can also come from pretty much any model year.

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The Toyota hybrid that started it all, now discarded in a Denver wrecking yard.

The Toyota hybrid that started it all, now discarded in a Denver wrecking yard.

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One of the most sensible cars you could buy in 1965, retired at age 53

One of the most sensible cars you could buy in 1965, retired at age 53.

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The 1958 Crown was the first U.S.-registered Toyota.

This Crown arrived to America on the first ship full of Toyotas.

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It's still pretty easy to find 124 Sport Spider parts at U-Wrench yards

It's still pretty easy to find 124 Sport Spider parts at U-Wrench yards.

Even a 340-horsepower Hemi couldn't save this car from the wrecker

Even a 340-horsepower Hemi couldn't save this car from the wrecker.

This box Caprice is as used-up as a car can be

A former taxicab 1990 Chevrolet Caprice sedan, found in a Colorado self-service wrecking yard with 350,664 miles.

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Despite all the pedestrians, this street has some cool cars, too

Sesame Street has featured some pretty cool cars. Children and adult car-spotters alike can can appreciate the educational program's great taste in vehicles.

Before the Golf was ready, VW made a semi-modernized air-cooled Beetle

The Volkswagen Super Beetle had a McPherson-strut front suspension and other features meant to upgrade it from 1930s technology. Here's a 1971 Super Beetle in a Colorado wrecking yard.

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Only two original prototypes were built — this one survives

Only two original prototypes were built — this one survives

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The Chrysler-badged version of the Mitsubishi Starion.

This car was sold in the United States as the Mitsubishi Starion, the Dodge Conquest, the Plymouth Conquest, and the Chrysler Conquest.

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The dune buggy-like Panamericana makes an appearance

The dune buggy-like Panamericana makes an appearance.

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The Blue Oval's compact pickup lived two lives: one here and one overseas

The Blue Oval's compact pickup lived two lives: one here and one overseas.

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Blown-up Trans Am starred in McQueen's final film

Blown-up Trans Am starred in McQueen's final film.

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The doors are back, but their purpose is a lot different this time around

The doors are back, but their purpose is a lot different this time around.

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It could cost $32 million to attempt 1,000 mph

It could cost $32 million to attempt 1,000 mph.

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