90s Cars That Still Look Good

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The 90s were interesting time. While certainly not everything was incredible, there were some major strides made in performance and design. As a result, the 90s produced more than it’s fair share of “classics”; cars which are as timeless as icons from the 1960s and as desirable as anything new off the showroom floor.
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BMW E39 M5

Many would say that this the cleanest M5 ever to be designed. It also has a fantastic 5.0 liter V8 engine.
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Acura NSX

Timeless supercar mid-engine styling make the original NSX still a coveted item.
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Ferrari 355

The door handles were hidden under the intake duct. For some reason, that’s so sexy.
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Porsche 911

Granted, Porsche 911’s don’t change much year on year, but that’s exactly why the 90s’ version still looks good.
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Mazda RX-7

The rotary-powered Japanese icon still manages to turn heads on the street.
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Nissan Skyline R33

Perhaps a little plain in the wake of newer models, but the R33 is a testament to restraint and taste when it comes to styling.
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Toyota Supra

This car’s legend has only grown over the years thanks to pop culture. It will almost always turn more heads than a Ferrari.
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Dodge Viper GTS

The chrome wheels are a little dated, but other than that, the Viper GTS still looks as mean and aggressive as the day it was born.
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Nissan Skyline R34

Even though it wasn’t available any sooner than 1999, there’s no way that this could be left off the list. It’s perhaps the most timelessly desirable car from the 1990s.
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