5. R107 Mercedes-Benz SL
The Mercedes-Benz SL coupe is the second longest running nameplates in the history of the brand, the most recognizable is the 1972-1989 models that go by the chassis code R107. With its long production run, the R107 is coming into its own as a collectors car these days and top dollar is being spent to gain a high-quality model.
R107’s also feature unfortunately large black bumpers in the U.S., making them easier to spot. The car came with a soft-top and optional hard-top roof, while C107s were called SLC’s and had fixed-roof coupes with rear seats.