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$185,000. That’s what the Mark IV Supra from the first Fast and Furious sold for. A car that started at around $40,000 MSRP in 1993 is now worth over 4 times that! And now, some mad lads are asking for over $500,000 for a Mark IV Supra, and it’s not even Paul's! When will it end?

Right now, you can buy the brand new 2020 C8 Corvette for $60,000! That is a hell of a deal! Or for that same $60,000, you can get some granite interior trim on the Maybach. Tough choice, right? A mid-engined supercar-slaying American icon, or change the color of your center console.

Hey, speed junkie! Imagine hitting 60 miles per hour in less than 5 seconds and still being under budget. Yeah, I know, we don't have a ton of cash to go from zero to hero! But you’re about to find out it doesn't take a whole lot of cash to go fast!

If you want to show the world how successful you are, then check out this list of the cheapest Italian raging bulls that money can buy! Now, grab the bull by the horns!

BMW’s are really at the top of the game when it comes to design, performance, and just overall quality. But, if you know anything about us here at Ideal, it's that we love to buy cars we're not going to lose money on!

Yes, these are the 4 biggest sales flops, plus a dishonorable mention, that you may have already forgotten about, but I’m here to remind you how bad things once were. The last rig on this list... one look and you’ll know exactly why it didn’t make it!

The newest generation of Mazda Miata is the best one yet by far. It’s got more power, has a hard top, and those truly modern body lines. But, is it the best sports car you can get for $30,000?

American tuner culture has been around for decades, from hot rods to hardcore naturally-aspirated muscle to drag monsters. However, it now seems like the American tuner cars have been eclipsed by the popularity of the JDM and German machines.