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Old 10-20-2018, 09:00 PM   #2
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Default Re: Will Saturns be classic cars?

Will Saturn's be seen as classic/collectible cars? That's a tough question to answer and, of course, any reply would guessing at best. I suppose the best way to ascertain what might occur with this car line as it enters the "Cars of Particular Interest" age group would be to compare it with models which had similar sales and general public interest. As much as it pains me to say this, perhaps comparisons should be made with AMC's unusual models of the '70's - the Gremlin and the Pacer come to mind. Saturn, too, was an unusual car line - especially relating to the S-Series. Several later models, like my LS1, were hybrid US-European cars which didn't have near the following of the S-Series cars.

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