There was a brief time when Chrysler was producing a small, affordable, fuel efficient and good looking vehicle that hadn't been touched by Shelby. Though not a car, the Chrysler Snorunner was a little vehicle after our own heart. The single ski, narrow tracked snow cycle was produced by the Outboard Marine Division (responsible for the Chrysler boats) and available for about $700 in 1979 dollars. It featured a two-cycle Powerbee engine that produced a whopping 7 hp and, with some love, could get you up to 35 mph. Just check out the cheesy promotional video above.