This was a rebadged Mitsubishi Montero that sold 41,618 across four years, with very few remaining; this one was from the fourth and final model year, 1989.
Land Rover Defender 110
Ford LTD Crown Victoria
Tesla Model S Elizabeta by Larte
Bentley Continental GTC Speed
Left to right--Subaru WRX, Acura Integra Type-R, Subaru BRZ, Ferrari 458 Spider
Acura TL Type-S
Shelby F-150 Super Snake--1 of 150
Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster and BMW 318ti Compact
Mazda6 Sport Wagon
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque convertible
BMW M2 Competition
Nissan Pulsar NX
My first time seeing a Kia K5 close up.
Dodge Challenger 50th Anniversary Edition--1 of 1,960
Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG
Out-of-service Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor Flex Fuel Sherriff's Car
2-door Volkswagen Golf GTI
Range Rover Classic
The last-generation Plymouth Neon was only sold for two model years. I suspect that these will eventually be impossible to find.
1987 BMW E30
Volkswagen Rabbit R32 (1 of 5,000)
A Suzuki Grand Vitara from Suzuki's final year in the US WITHOUT a tire on the back. I've never seen this before.
Limited-edition Volkswagen Beetle Dune
New GMC Yukon
Volvo 760 Turbo wagon
This one has quite the story...
Last summer, I was knocked over in a parking lot by a black Mercedes-Benz C230 Kompressor with Washington license plates, tinted windows, and a three-pointed star on the grille that was moving at 2 MPH (I received minor bruises on my shins and a scrape on my elbow, but was otherwise completely fine; the driver apologized profusely). Also judging by the minor damage on the part of the car that struck me, I believe that this is that car. Oh, and it has the rare manual transmission option.
I also saw a tan Renault Alliance coupe, but it was on the road and I was unable to get a picture.
This was at the back of a parking lot.