34: Buick Wildcat
Buick also had a few duds when it came to the muscle car race, and the Wildcat was one of them. The car had a lot of unique features in terms of luxury, but the large elongated styling just pushed buyers away. Not to mention the rising gas prices spelled the death knell for the car, and this didn’t bold well for Buick. There was a competition on the same platform with the Gran Sport and thus the executives decided to cut the Wildcat.
The car had been much hyped for most of its existence, and Buick still believed that there was a market for it. But as GM decided to slim the brand product line down the Buick Wildcat had to get chopped first. Looking back, the Buick Wildcat stood out for its massive styling and powerful engine, but just couldn’t compete in a world of Camaros and Mustangs.