Not wishing to be picky but a Bessa L is not a rangefinder camera.
The Bell and Howell Foton with the exquisite Cooke Amotal f/2 has to have a major coolness vote especially with the rapid built in motor drive. If only they had put a large viewfinder on it (and made it the same price as an M3 and offered fast wide angle lenses), they might have had a world-beating system.
The Super Ikonta BX is a post war beast, an ikon by Zeiss-Ikon before Nikon became an ikonoclast
Say that three times fast
I would love to have a Foton. With it's use of "T" stops, wouldn't that lens be considered a t/2 lens?