Have you ever looked at a car and thought to yourself, ‘what in the world were the manufacturers thinking?’ Well, let’s just say that car designing isn’t an exact science. It’s a trial and error process just like with most things in life. Most times we only see the impressive designs that made it to the assembly line. However, there are those cases when we see a bizarre, odd, ugly car on the streets and we can’t help but wonder who approved such an ugly car to get to production.

9The Briggs and Stratton Flyer

The Briggs and Stratton Flyer is termed as the cheapest and most basic car of the 1920s. This car truly deserves a spot on our list for being one of the worst cars ever manufactured. We aren’t even sure if you can call it a car because it resembles a go-cart very much. It’s an open-end vehicle which exposes you to the elements and had a very unimpressive two horsepower engine.