25. Plymouth Trailduster
Yes, you read the title right, there was a Plymouth SUV at one point. Although the brand was the value leader for Chrysler, the Trailduster was far more than an economy car. The big, burly SUV was based on the Ramcharger, which itself was a big off-road rig. The overall design of the Trailduster was similar to the Bronco and other large SUVs of the period. The removable top would expose a rollbar and the backseat area, giving the truck an open-air feeling.
The standard 318 V8 engine was in its element, and the manual four-wheel-drive piloted the Trailduster through anything with authority. The Trailduster is very hard to come by nowadays, as the model never sold as well as its Dodge stablemate. In terms of being different then the Ramcharger, the Trailduster only has a few unique features. But the fact that its a Plymouth is enough to garner attention at any car show, not to mention the fact that the Trailduster is a very capable off-road rig.