Rules: Mass-production domestic built after 1980-2003 (In no particular order) I like sleepers... 1986 Pontiac Fiero GT: Just when they got it right (handling and V6), GM killed it. Dodge Viper (first generation): First real domestic supercar (sorry, vette's are to civilized) Ford Taurus SHO (first generation): First revitalization of the American muscle car - humble family car roots on 'roids. Dodge Omni GLH: Silly little car that had no real reason to be. Gutsy econobox. Chrysler Crossfire: Great potential but it will flop. C'mon, only 200hp? Needs 250-350 and maybe AWD. 1989 Dodge Dakota Shelby: Again, bread and butter outside with big V8 inside. 1990 Chevy 454SS pickup: Four-hundred and Fifty-Four Cubic Inches Chevy Impala SS: Ultimate mafia mobile. As Car and Driver said, "Lord Vader, your vehicle awaits." Buick GNX: Modern GTO for the eighties. GMC Syclone/Typhoon: Frankenstien! Had to do something with all those supercharged 3.8 Liter Sixes.