8: Ford Ranchero (1972-1976)
The Ranchero is that one car that you remember seeing as a kid but it probably never resonated with you like other classic cars. This car was Ford’s answer to the El Camino, but the problem is that the El Camino was an oddball car itself. The prices for a used Ranchero have become sort of astronomical, and they only seem to be getting worse.
The Ranchero was a lot less popular than the El Camino, hence why Ford never revived the nameplate. So if you are going to plunk down thousands of dollars for this car you are going to be making a mistake because the Ranchero just isn’t worth it.