18: Chevrolet El Camino (1973-1977)
The Chevrolet El Camino commands a high price tag, and some would lead you to believe that it is well worth it. Unfortunately, the El Camino was always sort of a novelty car instead of an actual classic muscle car. A lot of its underpinnings are shared with other GM muscle cars but the basic design is still very limiting.
You are greeted by a three-seater vehicle with a long truck bed and a very low ground clearance. In real-world applications, there isn’t a lot that you can do with the El Camino other than parade it around town. The El Camino just doesn’t stand out from the crowd for anything other than its weird design.