For those that are unsure what this is, the U.S. Show and Display is an exemption to the 25 year import ban for cars.

I'll let Wikipedia take it from here:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_M...

The "Show and Display" rule is a statutory amendment in the United States that allows certain privately imported automobiles to be exempted from the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) if the vehicle in question is deemed to meet a standard of "historical or technological significance". The amendment, which became law on August 13, 1999, is intended to apply to vehicles that could not feasibly be brought into compliance with the FMVSS, and that do not have a federal counterpart that was originally built for the United States market. Because of the expense and effort required to import a vehicle with this exemption, the approved vehicle list is mainly limited to high-value sports and touring cars.[1] Applications under the "Show and Display" rule are reviewed and managed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which allows the vehicles to be registered for limited use on public roads (2,500 miles annually).[2]

The approval for "Show and Display" import is granted if the prospective importer is able to show historical or technological significance of the vehicle in question, and if the vehicle was produced in limited numbers (with 500 being used as a threshold value.) Import approval is granted on a combination of make, model, and production-year; thus, there is no need to re-apply for approved vehicles when further examples are imported in the future. Because the manufacturer of a "Show and Display" vehicle does not necessarily endorse its import, such automobiles would be considered grey imports.

This NHTSA list is as of May 28, 2013 and it can be accessed on this google docs link. A link to part 2 is at the bottom of this post.

*The '84 BMW Hossack K100RS Prototype bike was omitted due to lack of images.

Here we go:

2003 Aston Martin DB7 Zagato Coupe

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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2011 Aston Martin One-77

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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2004 Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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1999-2000 Aston Martin Vantage LeMans

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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1984 Audi Sport Quattro (already 25 years old)

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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1978 Ford Falcon XC Bathurst Cobra (already 25 years old)

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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2012 BMW M3 CRT

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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1990 BMW Sport Evolution M3 (UK version)

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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1988-1991 BMW Z1

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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1992-1995 Bugatti EB110

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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2005 Ferrari Enzo #400 (Pope John Paul II)

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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1985-1986 Ford RS200 Evolution (already 25 years old)

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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1986 Ford Sierra Cosworth RS 500 (already 25 years old)

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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1997 Gruter & Gut Duetto Sidecar

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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2000 Holden GTS-R

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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1992 Honda NR750

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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1988 Italdesign Aztec

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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1992-1994 Jaguar XJ220

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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1999 Lamborghini Diablo GT

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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1995 Land Rover Range Rover Vogue 25th Anniversary Final Edition

The US "Show And Display" Exemption List In Pictures (Pt.1)

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Click me for part 2.