22: GMC Yukon GT
The two-door SUVs of the 1970s and 1980s were an early incarnation of what was to come for the automotive business. Between the Ford Bronco and Dodge Ram Charger, there were plenty of different models to choose from. But by the ’90s, consumer tastes had changed and the GM full-size SUV trio had the Tahoe and the Yukon to choose from. These two models didn’t have the removable top of yesteryear and styling was less extreme.
The Yukon GT was a special edition of the Yukon two-door that had body-colored bumpers and a special set of wheels. Although performance wasn’t much better than the standard version, this was more of an appearance package than anything. The value of these monstrous two-door SUV models has grown tremendously in the last decade as they became collector’s items.