42. 1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda
This Plymouth model was a complete beast with awesome looks and stunning design. It came armed with an eight cylinder V-8 as well which was 426 cubic inches in size and could smoothly deliver 425 horsepower to shoot the metallic wagon with flying speeds on the road. The 8 cylinder hemi version was a true beauty with an additional air intake on the hood. It could easily power its way against any classic American muscle car with the right driver behind the wheel. It was a roaring demon which scared any opponents by merely revving its engine. In 2011, there was a Plymouth Hemi Cuda on sale for $320,000,000 – yes that’s right, 320 million US dollars! Bet you wish you’d kept yours now!
41. 1963 Volvo 1800S
After 2 years in production the Volvo P1800 was renamed the 1800S (S standing for Sweeden), and the engine was improved by 8 HP. There was an issue with quality control that made productin move to Lundby in Gothenburg. The car gained popularity when Roger Moore drove a 1962 P1800 in his TV show The Saint. Years later, Moore said he had great affection for the car, and still drove a Volvo!