21: 1988 Callaway Sledgehammer ZR1 Corvette
The Corvette of the 1980s was sort of a mixed bag when it came to performance and quality. It wasn’t the fastest car on the road and it didn’t offer a lot of refinement. But the pure Corvette enthusiasts were still happy with it nonetheless. The 1988 Callaway Sledgehammer ZR1 Corvette is a remixed version of the car that added some extreme styling and a ground effects kit. The 898 horsepower engine is the pinnacle of what the car has to offer, but for the price that these are going for you should avoid it.
You can get a barebones model and do most of the upgrades yourself, including adding an aftermarket ground effects kit. The Corvette is a car that doesn’t need a lot of modifications to make it stand out from the crowd. Good hard work will get the car to the next level with a very minimal effort.