19: Mustang II 1974-1978
The Pinto-based Ford Mustang was about as weird of a combination as you could get. The car was nothing like the previous generation Mustangs. The lightweight design was cheaply made and didn’t feel like what you’d expect from a pony car. The Mustang II had a smaller V8 engine than the previous generation cars, and the performance was minuscule at best.
Design-wise the Mustang II also had a bit of an odd look to it, and you could see the Pinto bloodlines. The interior was not the high quality of the previous generation cars. In fact, it differed completely. With the Pinto getting a slew of negative press about safety shortcomings this didn’t bold well for the Mustang II.