In the market for a vintage race car? How about a 1938 Delahaye 135MS?
This car doesn't exactly have the history or panache of a fully documented, championship winner... but WHO CARES when it looks this good?! If you're interested, it can be found here.
There's also this 1948 Delahaye 135M roadster for those that want something that looks more like a boulevard cruiser than a competitor at Le Mans.
Delahaye has been restored in California. It is powered by the same motor as the race car except for a few missing carbs and has as much power as a Scion xD. Yet, those 115 horses only have to propel 2,450 pounds via the rear wheels. I'm pretty sure you'd get more looks in this than a Scion also.
Not into French built roadsters? Prefer being pampered and chauffeured? There is nothing like old world British elegance in the form of a Rolls-Royce Phantom.
For the rest of us, the meat and potato kind of guys, I present some American muscle, both old and new. First up is a 1957 Chevy pickup restomod.
When handling and stopping are less of an issue and going fast in a straight line takes priority, there's nothing like a muscle car. In this case, it has to be a grabber blue 1970 Mustang Boss 429.