While yes, you can not buy these in the US, I don’t think they are by far the best, but that is totally subjective. Here is the article I’m referring to. But all the cars will be shown below, with my opinion on them being in the list.
Renault Sport Spider, Never heard of it, never even knew it existed, looks cool. Can’t really say much more aside from it would be a unique import when it’s legal in 2 or so years.
BMW M3 GTS, I actually really like this, even though we got the Lime Rock edition, I’m not sure on the differences exactly. But these cars seem solid.
Subaru Levorg, another one I had never heard of, but wagon, Turbo, manual(?), I don’t think I need to say more.
Pagani Zonda, I’m like 80% sure I’ve seen one in the states, proving that with enough money you can bring anything, likely it was brought in under the show and display law if it made its way to the magical list. But yeah, I like this.
Toyota Century, while it’s definitely cool, doesn’t really do anything for me.
R34 GTR, meh, not exactly a fan of the GTR, too much hype maybe.
Honda S660, oh fuck yeah, I really love the small Kei cars and things like it. 10/10 would buy.
Alpine A110, another solid car that I would love to see on the streets here.
Holden Maloo or whatever. Yeah, smallish truck like vehicles are neat, and you can get them, sort of.
Audi Rs6, see above, except I don’t think these are manual. Just high powered wagonness.
TVR Sagaris, just yes, I love this car, even if it is unreliable and insane, I would love to get it.
Aston Martin Lagonda Taraf, another car I’ve never heard of, or care for the looks of, while I’m sure it’s cool we have plenty of neat sedans.
Exige/Elise, both cool, both should make a come back, even if they don’t exactly sell well.
Alfa Giulia Quadrafolioloioloiol with a manual, yeah, I would sort of agree, we were lucky to get the auto version I suppose.
BMW M3 CSL, I definitely wish this was originally sold in the states, but we could also just wait til 2029, just a short 10 years away.