21: 1983 Rampage
Did you know that Dodge had their own version of the El Camino? That’s right, it was called the Rampage. The underpowered Rampage utilized a four-cylinder engine. Not ideal for a pickup truck but the bed was useful enough for transporting wood and other important cargo around (via Driving Line).
The design of the Rampage was controversial at the time of its release. A compact car-based pickup truck had no place in the segment at the time. The versatility of the Rampage was questioned by the automotive press. There were better alternatives that were available on the market. Still, the Rampage has since become a sort of relic from this era of Chrysler design.