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They were popular, high caliber but unfortunately, no longer with us. Here are 8 Car Brands that we miss!
Plymouth was founded in the late 1920’s. It was designed to be an entry-level brand.
Mercury was the home of upscaled Ford models. That turned out to be both a blessing and a cursed for the defunct brand.
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.
This brand was push the envelope and did. It was the first automaker that produced an automastic transmission.
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.
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.
If you ever watched a vintage film with a cab, then you’ve most likely seen a Checker.
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.