41. 1985 Mosler Consulier GTP
Built by Warren Mosler, the Consulier GTP was a race car built of of bits and pieces of other cars. The engine from one car, a steering column from another, mix matched gauges, a suspension from here, and a transmission from over there. His intention was to save money and make the car lighter. In this he succeeded, the car had a superior power-to-weight ratio and was eventually banned from racing. The issue with the Consulier GTP was the looks. This was one of the most hideous cars ever built, looking like something that was slapped together in the backyard of an eastern bloc country. This experiment proves that building a car is much harder than it looks, and requires more than just technical knowledge.