Top 10 Cars We Miss

#10: Mercury Grand Marquis (1983 - 2011)
#10: Mercury Grand Marquis (1983 - 2011)
(credit: Ford Motor Company)
#9: Buick Grand National (1984 - 1987)
#9: Buick Grand National (1984 - 1987)
(credit: General Motors)
#8: Mitsubishi GTO (1990 - 2001)
#8: Mitsubishi GTO (1990 - 2001)
(credit: Mitsubishi Motors)
#7: Acura NSX (1990 - 2005)
#7: Acura NSX (1990 - 2005)
(credit: Honda Motor Company)
#6: Lamborghini Espada (1968 - 1978)
#6: Lamborghini Espada (1968 - 1978)
(credit: Lamborghini)
#5: BMW M1 (1978 - 1981)
#5: BMW M1 (1978 - 1981)
(credit: BMW)
#4: Ferrari 288 GTO (1984 - 1986)
#4: Ferrari 288 GTO (1984 - 1986)
(credit: Ferrari)
#3: Mazda RX-7 (1978 - 2002)
#3: Mazda RX-7 (1978 - 2002)
(credit: Mazda)
#2: Oldsmobile Cutlass (1961 - 1999)
#2: Oldsmobile Cutlass (1961 - 1999)
(credit: General Motors)
#1: Pontiac Trans-Am (1969 - 2002)
#1: Pontiac Trans-Am (1969 - 2002)
(credit: General Motors)
Runner Up #1: Toyota Supra (1979 - 2002)
Runner Up #1: Toyota Supra (1979 - 2002)
(credit: Toyota)
Runner Up #12: Toyota Celica (1970 - 2006)
Runner Up #12: Toyota Celica (1970 - 2006)
(credit: Toyota)
Runner Up #3: Ford Edsel (1958 - 1960)
Runner Up #3: Ford Edsel (1958 - 1960)
(credit: Ford Motor Company)
Runner Up #4: The Ninth Generation Ford Thunderbird (1983 - 1988)
Runner Up #4: The Ninth Generation Ford Thunderbird (1983 - 1988)
(credit: Ford Motor Company)
Runner Up #5: Pontiac G8 (2008 - 2009)
Runner Up #5: Pontiac G8 (2008 - 2009)
(credit: Holden)
Runner Up #6: Volkswagen Corrado (1988 - 1995)
Runner Up #6: Volkswagen Corrado (1988 - 1995)
(credit: Volkswagen)
Runner Up #7: Dodge Omni GLH (1985 - 1988)
Runner Up #7: Dodge Omni GLH (1985 - 1988)
(credit: Chrysler Corporation)
Categories: Autos
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