Been driving for 47 years so too many cars to list. First was a 1937 Morris 8 bought for £15. Rarest was the 9th of 10 pre-production Sunbeam Tigers which I sold in c.1970 for £350 and is now owned by a farmer in Scotland and worth around £30,000.
Other notable cars were a 1967 Jaguar S-type (3.8 engine) and, my wife's favourite, a 1980 Vauxhall Royale Coupe (a re-badged Opel Monza). Then there's the 1972 Triumph 2.5 that I've owned since 1975 and still greatly enjoy driving - now with 220,000 miles on the clock.
Difficult to say which was best, they each had their good and bad points. If I had to choose one as the most enjoyable to drive, it would have to be the 1992 BMW 5-Series Tourer that I sold when I bought the R75. The Rover (2003 CDTi Conn saloon) is fairly well up the list though, and it cost £10,000 less than the BMW when new.