All of these cars turn 25 years old at some point in 2020. That means they can legally be imported and registered in the U.S.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has a rule that disallows any car not originally sold in the U.S. from being imported into the country and registered, unless that car is 25 years old or more. There are a few exceptions, but most of those are low-production exotics too expensive for the average person to afford.
The rule is pretty lame, but it does give us something to look forward to, as a slew of newly-aged 25-year-old cars become legal for importation. Here are our favorites for 2020.
If you're importing one yourself, just make sure you figure out what month the specific car was built. Otherwise, it's not quite 25 in the US government's eyes, and thus, not eligible for import or registration.