Nissan Figaro (1 of 20,000 produced exclusively for Japan, found in the US)
Ferrari 458 Italia
Ferrari California T
1973 Saab Sonett III (1 of 8,368)
Toyota Celica Supra
Aston Martin V8 Vantage
BMW 2002 and E30
I saw them with the Subaru B9 Tribeca the next day.
1) ~1967 Chevrolet Malibu wagon 2) ~1974 Plymouth Valiant 3) Porsche 911 GT3
A typo in Forza Motorsport 2
Land Rover Defender 110
Purple Honda CR-Z
Genesis G80--rare where I live
Purple Mercedes-Benz S-Class
Hyundai Veloster N
The vast majority of people don't purchase cars this small to preserve them, making slow-selling ones, like this Suzuki Esteem, a rare sight today; this was my first time spotting one in a year. Replacement parts are almost nonexistent for these.
1994 Suzuki Swift. It is vastly more common badged as a Geo Metro; I haven't seen a Swift since 2016.
Clean, unmodified Acura NSX
Mercedes-AMG C63 S
Porsche Taycan 4S
BMW E46 325Xi wagon
A horrendously-parked Mercedes-Benz 380 SLC
A near-perfectly-parked Porsche 911S
Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon
Vinyl-roofed Buick LaCrosse
Turquoise Volvo C70
Pristine pink Kia Sportage convertible with a Honda tire cover--I highly improbable combination
Toyota Yaris S sedan. I haven't seen one of these in three years.
Yellow Pontiac Aztek GT
1986 Honda Accord--aesthetically pleasing despite it's normalcy.
BMW M5 E60
Roush Mustang GT
BMW M5 E34--1 of just 1,484 sold in the US
Volvo V60 Cross Country. This deserves greater popularity than it has.
Honda Civic Type R