10: Plymouth Fury GT
You always hear about the mainstream Plymouth brands like the Roadrunner and the Duster, but the Fury GT held its own as well. The Fury was traditionally marketed as an economy car for the brand, but the GT had a 440 V8 with 375 HP. The performance was more than adequate for the car at the time, and performance-minded consumers rejoiced.
Styling was borrowed from other Chrysler models at the time, with a lot of shared components. But even despite that, the Fury GT managed to carve out a niche in the market. Nowadays the Fury GT is quite rare and you can expect to pay a pretty penny for one. With a phenomenal 440 V8 engine, the Fury stands out to this day.