Anglonese: 1988 Sterling 825S

If your idea of a good time is driving an oddball classic with Japanese reliability, British luxury, and a badge that nobody knows — you could do worse than drive a Sterling.  Starting in 1987 Austin Rover Cars Of North America
imported a rebadged version of the Rover 800 series as the Sterling
825/827 for the US market.  Find this 1988 Sterling 825S offered for $2,500 in Anchorage, AK via craigslist.  Tip from Zach.

Under the skin are the bones of an Acura
Legend, and the Sterling used a Honda V6 engine mated to the front wheels.  Power comes from a 24-valve fuel-injected 2.5 liter V6 that puts out 151 horsepower and 157 ft-lbs of torque and is mated to a 4-speed auto. 

See another cheap obscure luxury sedan from the 80s?