24: Plymouth Prowler
By the late 1990s, the Plymouth brand had become all but a shell at Chrysler dealerships. Every Plymouth model was just a rebadged Dodge. With the brand lacking anything unique to differentiate itself on the market, the Prowler was released. From the outside, the Prowler is something downright beautiful. It is a modern roadster even by today’s standards.
The Prowler was as close to a concept car as you can legally buy. Featuring an all-aluminum design the Prowler was more or less a test car for Chrysler. The design was lightweight and looked like a modern hot rod. You can still find the Prowler for sale on the open market. The good thing about this car is that it generally has a low mileage and has been garage-kept.