Whether you love it or hate it, the American Motor Company's Gremlin was a true icon. Slim, compact, and with that coupe/hatch styling we see on nearly every economy car these days. Following the strange look of the Pacer, but beating competitors like the Pinto to market, the Gremlin offered the size and economy of those vehicles, but without any sacrifice in power thanks to its 4.2 or 5-liter engine, and no lack of performance thanks to its rear-wheel drive system. The car was truly one of a kind, which is why you see so few of them anymore. The ones people kept are the ones they plan to keep for life.