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The car graveyard: Models and brands that are no more

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Pontiac, the iconic American car brand, has become a thing of the past. The line was discontinued as part of General Motors’ “survival plan” to overcome the company’s financial problems.

Pontiac, the iconic American car brand, has become a thing of the past. The line was discontinued as part of General Motors’ “survival plan” to overcome the company’s financial problems.

© Photo : JjronNo more Austin-Healey cars were made after 1971.
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No more Austin-Healey cars were made after 1971.
© Flickr / Hugo90Edsel cars made in 1958-1960 are considered a major mistake in the auto industry, because the release of the model coincided with a global economic recession that saw car sales plummet.
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Edsel cars made in 1958-1960 are considered a major mistake in the auto industry, because the release of the model coincided with a global economic recession that saw car sales plummet.
© Photo : Thomas doerferThe Bricklin SV-1, a Canadian sports car produced from 1974 to 1976. Drivers complained that its doors opened too slowly, among other flaws.
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The Bricklin SV-1, a Canadian sports car produced from 1974 to 1976. Drivers complained that its doors opened too slowly, among other flaws.
© Photo : Robert SpinelloThe last Corvair Monza Convertible rolled off the production line in 1969 after a 10-year run.
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The last Corvair Monza Convertible rolled off the production line in 1969 after a 10-year run.
© Photo : J ClearIn 1958, the Studebaker Corporation acquired Packard and decided to stop manufacturing cars made under that name. Photo: the 1958 Packard Hawk.

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In 1958, the Studebaker Corporation acquired Packard and decided to stop manufacturing cars made under that name. Photo: the 1958 Packard Hawk.

© Flickr / The Pug FatherThe Nash Metropolitan, a compact in today’s lingo, was produced in 1953-1961. Initially, the car was sold only in the U.S. and Canada.
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The Nash Metropolitan, a compact in today’s lingo, was produced in 1953-1961. Initially, the car was sold only in the U.S. and Canada.
© RIA Novosti . Руслан Кривобок / Go to the photo bankThe Hummer H3, the smallest of the Hummer models, was dubbed the Baby Hummer. It was manufactured from 2005 to 2009.
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The Hummer H3, the smallest of the Hummer models, was dubbed the Baby Hummer. It was manufactured from 2005 to 2009.
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