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As Saab Goes, Ten More Dead Cars to Remember


The automobile graveyard is getting crowded.

General Motors can't find a buyer for the Saab after the specialty carmaker Koenigsegg Group backed out of a deal to acquire it. We'll know soon if the squat Swedish car will roll into history.

Cars come and go as tastes and the economy change. But for every car lover who laments a discontinued model, there are more drivers who howl, "Good riddance!"

The croakers listed below aren't among the Ten Cars That Sank Detroit and they and didn't offer the Never-Never Land future of electric cars. Some of the discontinued cars were thumbsuckers and others were zippy models clobbered by a changing market. None of cars listed below qualify for Minyanville's All-Time Worst Cars in Creation.

Shed a tear, stifle a laugh or shout, "Hallelujah!" because here are ten cars that are no longer with us, or will soon disappear.

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