It takes the right stuff to make a great performance car and that was exactly what the 1982 Toyota Celica Supra had—at least according to race car driver/designer Dan Gurney.

It was quick off the line thanks to the twin cam fuel injected engine and the four wheel independent suspension meant the car could handle as well.

As a lifelong New England resident, I'm just amazed how good these cars looked when they weren't covered in rust.