Power: 5.5 hp
Estimate: $75,000 – $100,000
The Fuji in Fuji Cabin doesn’t stand for Fuji Heavy Industries – Subaru’s parent company – but rather Fuji Motors Ltd., a company that primarily helped build engines and other mechanical pieces for various Japanese automakers. In 1955, Fuji began stuffing little 125-cc single-cylinder engines into a teardrop-shaped three-wheeler with fiberglass bodywork. If the Cyclops nose isn’t enough to draw attention, the ovoid roofline and engine compartment doors certainly do the trick. Fuji priced the Cabin at only a couple hundred dollars more than popular two-wheeled scooters and hoped to build 500 copies a month. Unfortunately, teething issues with fabricating the fiberglass body meant only 85 of the little Cyclops-like Cabins were ever built.