With only 2,854 cars built by Malcolm Bricklin under the millionaire's own name, this little sports car is a bit of an elusive creature in the collector's market. Built between 1974 and 1976, this notoriously odd vehicle has the distinction of being the only production vehicle in the history of modern cars to have gull wing doors that operate at the push of a button, and they were included as standard equipment. Through the first year of production, Bricklin parts and whole vehicles were available in their five original "safety" colors that included green, suntan, red, orange, and white. By 1975, the vehicle was available only to customers who pre-purchased the car and only in white. The Ford Windsor 351 V8 or the AMC 360 V8 offered plenty of speed in the 3,400 pound fiberglass body, and the side beams and integrated roll cage were designed for safety. Restore your very own Bricklin with parts, body panels, frames, or whole cars purchased from friendly sellers on eBay, and own a piece of automotive history in a package that even rivaled the 1970s Corvettes.