15: Dodge Rampage
Now this is a truly unique car drivers aren’t bound to see often. The Rampage was a compact car/pickup truck sold in the 1980s. The compact design and fuel efficient engine made the Rampage ideal for customers who needed the versatility of a pickup truck with the gas mileage of a car. The design wasn’t exceptionally great looking, but it’s definitely in tune with this era. If you’ve always wanted a Subaru Brat without the high price tag, a Rampage can be had for much less (via Driving Line).
There was also a lesser-known Plymouth version of the Rampage that was known as the Plymouth Scamp. These trucks are relatively inexpensive to find and the parts are cheap to repair. The truck bed is actually quite long, which means you can haul lumber and other things fairly easily. The Rampage is a unique project car that’s enough to get a fair amount of looks and attention.