A few weeks ago, we asked members of the Hagerty Forum to provide us with their favorite terrible special edition cars. No doubt, there were plenty of awful options to choose from, generating more than 50 replies in the discussion. It seems the common theme tying these automotive blunders together was there was too much focus on silly tricks or styling gimmicks and not enough attention was paid to what buyers were actually looking for.
Sure, the the list of truly bad special editions is nearly endless, but there have actually been quite a few good examples, too. Packages that offer limited production, added features, and pleasing visuals are generally rewarded with a bump in value over their base-model counterparts. Here are five of our favorites.