Well, now you're gonna see a lot of 'em. Fiat 200s and 300s; Fiat Ram trucks; Fiat Caravans; Fiat Darts, Chargers, and Durangos; Fiat Town & Countries Hell, that big muscle car V8 will be known as the Heminini!
I would think that as the world gets more and more people, we'd get lots more cars. I was reading about Chrysler and Fiat and at the bottom was a list of cars and years they were discontinued. Both in the U.S. and other countries. All these cars I experienced in showrooms when the new models were introduced each year. I feel a certain sadness at the now extinct parts of my past.
Chrysler Europe (sold to Peugeot) United Kingdom Rootes Group ----United Kingdom Sunbeam (19011976) ----United Kingdom Humber (19671976) ----United Kingdom Singer (19051970) ----United Kingdom Commer (19051979) ----United Kingdom Hillman (19071976) ----United Kingdom Karrier (19081977) France Simca (19341977) Spain Barreiros (19591978) United States American Motors (AMC) (19541988) ----United States Hudson (19091957) ----United States Nash (19171957) ----United States Rambler (19001914; 19501969) United States Maxwell (19041926) United States Graham Brothers (19161929) Canada Fargo (19201972) United States DeSoto (19281961) United States Plymouth (19282001) United States Imperial (19551975; 19811983) United States Valiant (19601976) The Valiant was introduced in 1960 as a separate Chrysler brand, then was incorporated into the Plymouth line in the U.S. starting in 1961. ----Australia Valiant (19621981). ----Canada Valiant (19601966) Chrysler marketed the Valiant as a separate Chrysler model in Canada until 1967, when the CanadaUnited States Automotive Products Agreement of 1965 facilitated exporting the Plymouth Valiant to Canada. United States Eagle (19881998) United States GEMCAR (19982011) sold to Polaris Industries.
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