14. Chrysler New Yorker
For decades, Chrysler used New Yorker as its top model for a full-size line. This Chrysler featured a new engineering achievement due to its unibody construction. In those days, most new cars featured body-on-frame construction, which was rugged and heavy due to its limited development potential (via Cars).
Chrysler was one of the first companies to introduce this, which eventually became the industry standard as a result. Prices started just above $3000 and topped $4500 for the top-of-the-line New Yorker models. Customers could get V8 engines with power between 305 and 350 HP.