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Old 08-31-2013, 12:21 PM
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8 Awesome Discontinued Cars We Want Back

Ford Ranger, Mazda RX8, Pontiac G8, Magnum SRT8, Honda S2000, Saab 900, Acura NSX, Ford GT.

Interesting read: 8 Awesome Discontinued Cars That We Want Back | Wall St. Cheat Sheet
 
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Old 08-31-2013, 03:12 PM
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The Ranger is still offer overseas http://www.ford.co.uk/Commercialvehicles/Ranger , the NSX is coming back.

Eight I would like to see

Mazda6 wagon


Ford Focus Wagon



Datsun 510



Toyota Celica




VW Sirocco



Corolla Wagon



Civic hatchback



Honda Element
 
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I wish they never got rid of the Hyundai Excel!
 
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Old 08-31-2013, 09:12 PM
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Funny how conquest wasnt in there. Very popular at one point in time
 
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Old 09-01-2013, 01:47 AM
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Good lineup cjecpa...

Celica Supra... Corolla SR5... Escort GT... Jeep Wrangler...
 
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Old 09-08-2013, 09:29 AM
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1. S2000 for sure hands down.
2. Mitsubishi GTO twin turbo.
3. Toyota Supra.
4. Ford Lightening.
5. Honda prelude. I did enjoy those cars. not 4th gen though, hella ugly.
 
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Old 09-08-2013, 09:43 AM
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Cars needed in America(specifically in my driveway, no questions asked)

JZX90 Toyota Mark 2 Tourer V
JZX100 Toyota Chaser Tourer V
R34 Skyline GT-R
R32 Skyline GTS-T
A Hakosuka
Datsun 620
A Bosozoku Bike

Yeah, I'd be in Heaven
 
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I agree with the Magnum SRT-8, Mazda RX-8, Honda S2000, and NSX (which is being brought back and built in Ohio I've heard) the list is missing a few other legitimately awesome cars...

Like the Mitsubishi Starion which is also known as the Conquest under the Dodge, Plymouth, and Chrysler monikers, the Shelby GLHS (One of the greatest American "turn key" sleeper hatchbacks I've heard of), the Pontiac Trans Am WS6, and the Lancia Delta Integrale.

... Edit: Just a thought, it would be amazing to see a modern day version of the Buick Gran National X (aka GNX) that was still a coupe and based on either the CTS-V or Camaro platform.
 
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Just thinkin' wasn't the Starion/Conquest the start of the Chrysler/Mitsubishi partnership?
 
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^^ Yes indeed. I think it lasted from the introduction of the Station till the end of the Dodge Dakota and Mitsubishi Raider production (not 100% on that though).
 
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