Thanks .trukk: :thumbsup: great list. i agree 100% with all of them. I actually had one of those 2.2l r/t engines i was building for my k-car. man that would have been sweet!
A few more to add to my list.
20) 88 Pontiac Fiero GT. The Fiero was an attempt by GM to make a mid engine Corvette. It failed to catch on, so instead the buttoned it up as the craptastic early Fiero. Pontial finally got it right in 88 with the updated GT, and then promptly canceled the car.
Ah I couldn't agree more, good to know I'm not the only one who thinks soThe 1990-1993 Deville/Fleetwood and 1993 Sixty Special. I'm sure a lot of folks will debate this choice, but those cars carried the last "vintage" Deville cues before the transition to the 1994-1996 Devilles.
The R8 would have to be on the list long before the TT came along. The TT isn't much more then a beefed up A3 with R8 styling. :ill:Audi TT... maybe.
Gary, I respect your opinion but couldn't disagree more with the M-B minivan and the Pontiac Aztek as classics. The front end on the Pontiac is a reminder of how Pontiac's styling slid to the point of ugliness.
All timeless classics representing the pinnacle of modern automotive technology and innovation.