Estimated to be 6.2 feet wide at its thickest point, the three destroyed one of the most valuable Japanese cars in existence. Just 351 copies of the 2000 GT were reportedly built, between 1967 and 1970. One sold last year at auction for $1.15 million.
Most people know the 2000 GT as the car from the James Bond film You Only Live Twice (although Bond drove a custom-made convertible version), but the 2000 GT was also a symbol of the Japanese auto industry's coming of age.
Sporting a Yamaha-developed inline-six and styling that copied the best from Europe, the 2000 GT was intended as a halo model. Think of it as the better-looking ancestor of the Lexus LFA.