When was the last time you saw a hatchback with a Mid-Mounted Engine?
Throughout the 1980s, Rick Dobbertin had earned a tidy living building show cars. Then he got bored.
A Porsche-developed car had risen from the ashes of earlier VW twinning, and it now sported an in-house motor with a legitimate racing pedigree.
It may not be the most powerful anymore, but Ford hasn't forgotten about the still-awesome Shelby GT350.
Few cars exemplify under-the-radar sleeper potential like the brick-shaped, safety-first family cars churned out by Volvo in the 1980s and 1990s.