33: 1970 Buick Wildcat
The Buick Wildcat doesn’t get the credit it deserves in the muscle car world. The car wasn’t directly marketed as a muscle car, but it had more than enough to offer. The styling of the Wildcat was quite attractive, in the two-door form the car looked the part of a true muscle car (via Hagerty).
The 430-cubic-inch, 360-horsepower big-block V-8 was a traditional Buick power plant in every sense of the word. The off-the-line performance of the car was better than many competitors. Unfortunately, the Wildcat never quite managed to catch on with consumers and the car was forgotten in the muscle car world.