6: Plymouth Fury (1965-1968)
Plymouth is a brand that never had much of its personality, the cars have always managed to be rebadged Chrysler models. But the Fury was one Plymouth model that caught on with consumers and did it well. The car was well-appointed for the price and had several unique aspects that made it unique.
Paying several tens of thousands of dollars for one might be a bit of a mistake though, as there are much better options to choose from. The Fury didn’t bring anything to the table in terms of groundbreaking performance and the styling is just like the rest of the cars from this era.