14. Alfa Romeo GTV6
The Tipo 105 successor was the coupe version of the Alfetta, which debuted in the late ’70s. Alfa employed advanced construction and offered an updated suspension and several other details. The GTV6 came with a transaxle gearbox that vastly improved the weight distribution and handling. They added a De Dion type rear axle that helped with cornering and driving dynamics. With a 2.5-liter V6 engine in the front, the GTV6 delivered 160 to 170 HP and a vivid performance for the time.
Even today, the GTV6 is famous for its perfect driving dynamics and solid acceleration times. On top of that, drivers got a fantastic soundtrack coming from the high revving V6. But sadly, it was also famous for rust, failing electronics, and random screws falling out of nowhere. If you’re still interested, you can pick one up for a bargain price.