Gone, not forgotten

Gone, not forgotten

There are 3 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Dec 5, 2008, titled Gone, not forgotten. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

As the woes of the domestic auto industry threaten to make orphans of even more vehicles, owners of already discontinued nameplates - Oldsmobiles, Plymouths, Geos and Eagles, among the most recent - can relax.

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Bob Russano

Crown Point, IN

#1 Dec 9, 2008
I own a 1960 Studebaker Lark Conv. It is restored and parts are readily available...(thank you the Internet too)
Chicagoland Mopar

Maumee, OH

#2 Dec 9, 2008
If you want to join a great club for orphans once owned by Chrysler like Plymouth or Desoto, as well as Chrysler brands that are still around, check out www.chicagolandmopar.com

Highland, IN

#3 Dec 9, 2008
Looks like there will soon be some new orphans the way its going. I would say Buick, Pontiac, Saturn, Mercury and Dodge will soon be history.
Of course the bailout will add yet another nail in the coffin of American automakers. I guess we better get used to driving Japanese cars.

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