The Vector W8 is one of, if not THE most insane supercars of the early 90s. 6.0 Liters of Chevrolet V8 sits behind the cockpit, strapping twin-turbochargers. This thing blitzed down the quarter-mile in 12 seconds flat.

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It could slice it's way to 60mph in 4.2 ticks. Vector claimed it would top out at 242mph, rocking scissor doors and pop-down headlights the whole way. Chassis No. 9, dipped in grape soda paint, is a one-owner car heading to RM Sotheby's Arizona auction later this month.

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Sadly, only 17 of these cars were built for the public. This one's been with the same owner since new and has traveled 2,200 miles. This Vector has all the cool options like the case for the removable sunroof, the aerodynamic rear plate cover, and you better believe the ownership VHS tape is still in the glovebox. There's a cassette deck in the digital dash, plus a 10-disc changer for your entire Soundgarden and Pearl Jam collection. This is how America did supercars.

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Courtesy of RM Sotheby's

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RM Sotheby's Arizona auction takes place from January 16th-17th at the Biltmore Resort & Spa in Phoenix. RM estimates the car to get a winning bid between $300,000 and $450,000 but it is being offered without reserve. This is a one-in-17 chance to own one of these Vectors – you won't get an opportunity to be RADwood Royalty very often.

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