Car Brands We Miss

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They were popular, high caliber but unfortunately, no longer with us. Here are 8 Car Brands that we miss!
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Plymouth

Plymouth was founded in the late 1920’s. It was designed to be an entry-level brand.
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Mercury

Mercury was the home of upscaled Ford models. That turned out to be both a blessing and a cursed for the defunct brand.
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Pontiac

In its heyday, Pontiac had execs like John DeLorean that paved the way for cars like the GTO and the Bonneville. Sad to see it gone.
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Oldsmobile

This brand was push the envelope and did. It was the first automaker that produced an automastic transmission.
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AMC

This brand had a prolonged fall from grace. It was one of the best economy cars but after a merger and several changes, the brand is now gone.
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Dusenberg, Auburn and Cord

These were all one company before being taken over by E.L. Cord. This company had some of the most beautiful art-deco and most luxurious cars around.
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Checker

If you ever watched a vintage film with a cab, then you’ve most likely seen a Checker.
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Packard

If you wanted luxury you got a Packard. During World World II, this brand went toe to toe with Cadillac and Lincoln, yet squandered everything with poor business decisions.
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