Hagerty Insurance, a company that insures collectible automobiles, polled its customers to see which of today's cars collectors would want in the future.
Chrysler 300
Chrysler 300
The 2004 introduction of the Chrysler 300 marked the rebirth of the "big American car." Not just large in size, but in attitude. With its enormous grill and its available high-horsepower 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 engine, the 300 is a car people either love or hate.

The 300's brash look pointed to a direction for other Detroit car companies to follow. American cars are allowed to look American again.

FJ Cruiser

Mini Cooper

Lotus Elise

Dodge Viper

Acura NSX

Scion xB

Audi TT

Jaguar XK

Chrysler 300

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