13: Fourth Generation Chevrolet Camaro
When the Camaro was redesigned for 1993, we were introduced to a whole new style. By this point in time, cars were moving away from the boxy styling of the past. The Camaro was in many ways an entirely new car. But the most pressing change was that there was a Corvette-derived LT1 engine under the hood. You could get Corvette power in a car that cost thousands less (via Motor Trend).
The fourth-generation Camaro was initially a sales success for GM. But as the ’90s went on, consumer taste for muscle cars started to dwindle. These cars are popular, but many have been badly beaten up. Today’s drivers can still find a clean example from time to time if they’rere willing to put the effort into it.