9. Chrysler Le Baron Town and Country Convertible
The venerable K-Car platform saved Chrysler from bankruptcy in the early ’80s so the company used it for most models in its lineup. They even built minivans and compact sedans on it since it was inexpensive and easy to produce. However, in 1986 Chrysler decided to introduce a luxury convertible they named the Le Baron.
Unfortunately, the 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine wasn’t the best choice for this car. On top of that, the Chrysler stylist gave the Le Baron faux wood panels on the sides to mimic those classic ’50s and ’60s station wagons. Sadly, many buyers were turned off by the crazy and ludicrous mix of styles they featured on this car. As a result, Chrysler sold less than 2,000 of them.