25: Plymouth Prowler
Some argue the Prowler is a piece of auto history. This unique modern roadster was the last hurrah for the Plymouth brand. However, there were definitely a few things where it went wrong. First off was its lackluster 3.7-liter V6; the same engine that powered your mom’s Intrepid. Chrysler, for whatever reason, declined to put a V8 engine in the Prowler.
This was a sore spot for the automotive community. Had the Prowler graced the road with a V8 powerplant, it may have been a hit. Instead, a plethora of recycled parts and a flimsy engine were all drivers got.