The last model of the first-generation Camaro sticks out a bit on this list, as it wasn't born before the middle of the century, wasn't part of the art deco phase, and doesn't exactly have extravagant features. However, few cars represent the powerful pony cars that were being produced in America during this period. The stripes were a signature for sports cars. The hood scoop and slot-hidden headlights gave it an aggressive and sneaky look. The design of this car was later adopted for a modern interpretation of the retro in the fifth-generation.