15. ASC McLaren Mercury Capri
Although the Mercury Capri from the ’80s was just a Fox-body Mustang with a different grille, there was a special version that deserves more attention. In those days, the American Sunroof Company (ASC) was famous for its convertible versions of various production models. So they teamed with Ford to produce two-seat roadster variants of the Mustang and Capri.
But Mercury also had a deal with McLaren, so in 1984, they introduced a special model called the ASC McLaren Capri. The cars were available as coupe or convertibles with many improvements over the standard model. The 5.0-liter V8 delivered 210 HP, a significant increase over the other models. There were different details, fog lights, special wheels, and body kits. However, the overall production was low as it fell down among other sales flops that they ended the ASC McLaren line in 1986.