3. Triumph Spitfire
The Triumph Spitfire roadster saw an eighteen production life between 1962 and 1980. During this timeframe, the car became one of the best roadsters of all time, and it remains an extremely fun car to drive for those who have purchased the car for their collections. The car includes an independent rear suspension, roll-up windows, a conventional trunk, and a large cockpit that set it apart from equivalent cars from the era. The older versions of the car are powered by a 1,147 cc four cylinder engine that as the model matured eventually grew to 1,493 cc. The legacy versions of the Spitfire; however, were capable of achieving a true 90 MPH speed, and all versions of the Spitfire are above average when it comes to fuel efficiency.