31: Maserati Shamal
Nowadays the Maserati lineup of cars is some of the most well-known in the sports car segment. But the Shamal was a car that was not very prevalent during the nineties. It was based on the previous Bi-turbo coupe and the car had a unique look to it. But reliability issues made the Shamal a risky proposition for car shoppers. Even if you had the money to afford the maintenance these cars were money pits.
Although the Shamal wasn’t much to look at in terms of exterior design, the 3.2 L AM 479 twin-turbocharged V8 performed quite well. If you can get over the maintenance costs and needs of this car, it can be a great choice.