When Warren Mosler decided the bond trading that made him rich didn t provide enough thrills, he set out to create the fastest street legal track car on the market. Based on a fiberglass and foam monocoque design, the Consulier GTP (left, above) was finished with a bag full of components from Chrysler and elsewhere. Power came from a coarse 2.2 liter turbocharged four cylinder that was also used in the Pentastar s K car.Beauty was not high on the list of priorities for this supercar, and the awkward styling never improved through the many evolutions of the Consulier that followed the original run, all of which seemed perpetually to be in the prototype stage. But if you think the exterior styling is the low point in the Consulier s overall execution, find one and slip inside; no established car company could have gotten away with an interior so shoddy. At least the thing was hellaciously fast.The remnants of Mosler were offered for sale last year, finally being snapped up this summer and blended with small sports car maker Rossion.