18: Dodge Magnum
When you think of the Dodge Magnum, most modern drivers remember a certain station wagon from the 2000s. But there was a Dodge Magnum model sold decades before. The Dodge Magnum had the same style of styling as the Monte Carlo and other two-door coupes of the same period (via Hagerty).
This car was based on the B-Platform, and although it never sold well, it has a lot of potential for today’s muscle car tuners. The ability to swap out to a Hemi engine is the most popular option, but the base motor also had solid specifications. This is a cool car that most drivers don’t remember.