Arnolt-Bristol: how’s that for obscure? The company only made 142 cars during their short life, and most of them died on the racetrack. There aren’t many left around, is what we’re saying. This particular example was totally restored by its current owner, who stripped it to bare metal and repainted it in a single-stage process to match the original look. It has a correct 1956 Corvette engine with proper block, heads, carburettor, and manifolds. The transmission is original, as is the four-speed T-10. The gauges are correct and original Arnolt-Bristol parts. The interior is a total reconstruction, though they sourced everything from original suppliers. If you’re looking for a 1956 Arnolt-Bristol Roadster ($350,000 – $450,000) now’s probably your only chance for years.