What are some cars that are unusual where you live that you've never seen in person (or just see very, very rarely), and that you would find interesting if you did see one? Suzuki Equator: Apparently, there's a Nissan Frontier hiding under there, and it's not a half-bad off-roader, but it sold very, very poorly and was eventually discontinued. I don't think I've ever seen one in person. Mitsubishi Raider: I'm pretty sure I have seen one or two of these in real life, but they aren't at all common. It was a rebadged Dodge Dakota, but with no Hemi - or any V8 at all, later on. The 2009 and 2010 production figures on the Wikipedia article for this truck were vandalized fairly obviously in August 2014 (2010 figure) and December 2015 (2009 figure) and had still not been corrected (I corrected them from edit history while writing this post), which should give some indication of how much anyone cares about this truck (though the original source link leading to a 404 and redirect might have something to do with it as well). If the pre-vandalism figures are correct, Mitsubishi only sold three of the dang things in 2010! Lincoln Blackwood: Ah, the Blackwood. Surely one of the most useless pickup trucks ever built, whether you consider it a luxurious F-150 or a pickup truck Navigator. Sales were abysmal, and these "trucks" are very difficult to find today as a result. I'm not sure if I've ever actually seen one in the flesh; if I have, it was a long time ago. Chevrolet Optra: (Philippine version pictured, because you try to find a good picture of the US Pacific Islands version) If you've seen Top Gear, you know this car as the Chevrolet Lacetti. If you're an American and you don't watch Top Gear, then you probably don't know this car as the Suzuki Forenza (or Reno, for the hatchback version), because seriously, who remembers that thing? Thing is, it was sold, for unknown reasons, as the Chevrolet Optra in sedan form only on Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands. From a certain perspective, it's kind of surprising I haven't seen one yet, considering that I live within convenient driving distance of Anchorage with its strong military presence, and considering all the different bases that are on Guam... Surprisingly enough, however, at least one (not necessarily in very good condition) seems to have found its way into Ontario, Canada. Maybe. Any Canadian-special-branded version of an American car: (no image because there were a bunch of different ones back in the 1950s and 60s). Examples include "Fargo" for Dodge pickups, "Acadian" for Pontiacs and "Frontenac" for Fords. I've legit never seen one in the flesh that I know of. They might be more common in border states on the other side of Canada (though I don't remember finding any at that Goodguys show in Washington I went to back in 2009), as Alaska doesn't get a lot of cross-border migration, either of cars or of people. For what it's worth, I did once see a Toyota Vitz driving around with the Japanese plates still on it; that was years ago and I haven't seen it since, so I have to assume it was the property of a tourist that decided to bring their own car instead of renting one here. More recently, I've seen a Ford Transit (I'm guessing from the late 80s or early 90s) that's been hackjobbed into a custom pickup truck. Any more ideas for this list? Anything that's rare where you live that you'd like to see?