16. 2001 FERRARI 456 GT ($40,000)
Although it’s not the most popular Ferrari model in the looks department, you can get a secondhand Ferrari 456 GT for just $40,000. If you don’t mind the price, it’s still a decent supercar that can oust most modern cars on the road today. It comes with everything that you probably miss in old-school supercars including pop headlights. Of course, it’s a manually driven supercar, but what would you expect from a 2001 model? Not to forget, it’s one of the few Ferrari models that can accommodate 4 passengers.
15. ASTON MARTIN DB7 V12 VANTAGE ($30,000)
Not many people know they can afford a James Bond Aston Martin DB7 V12 Vantage for as low as $30,000 on Autotrader. Although it doesn’t come equipped with a hidden machine gun chamber and whatnot, the Aston Martin DB7 V12 Vantage is the type of car that will turn a few heads on the road. Not to mention, it can speed up to 185 mph without breaking a sweat.
Because it’s a car that’s driven by a man of great taste like 007, both the exterior and interior are beautifully done.
Heck! After driving the Aston Martin DB7 V12 Vantage, you’d probably want your martini shaken, not stirred.