22. 2004-2007 Porsche Carrera GT
Sports Car International called the Porsche Carrera GT their no.1 sports car of the 2000s and it took the no.8 spot on the Top Sports Cars of All Time. The 5.7-liter V10 engine produces 612 HP, and is matched with a 6-speed manual transmission. Originally, there were only 5 standard colors available, though Porsche allowed for custom colors later on in production. Only 1,270 GTs have been sold worldwide, 644 of these in the US. The car’s top speed is 208 mph, and it can accelerate from 0-60 in 2.06 seconds.
21. 1961 – 1969 Lincoln Continental (4th Generation)
The Lincoln Continental was in its 4th generation from 1961 – 1969. Until this point, the Continental line had the Capri, the Premiere, and the Continental Mark series, and after losing $60 million, the line was downsized to the 4-door Lincoln Continental. The car was so much smaller than its predecessor, ads for the Lincoln Continental showed a woman parallel parking it! Sexist, but it certainly worked at the time. The Continental 4th Generation sold 334,345 units in the US. It has become one of the most favored collector car from the Continental series.