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Old 12-30-2018, 12:57 AM   #9
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2004 L-Series 2.2L Wagon
2001 L-Series 3.0L Wagon
Default Re: Will Saturns be classic cars?

I'm not sure exactly where but I did read that the early Saturn's were now considered classics. Their style and forward-thinking we're revolutionary despite what people think. Unfortunately their evolution wasn't enough to entice the amount of people to purchase the vehicle like the manufacturer was looking for. for the short. Of time that they were around I believe they made an incredible impact. And in this volatile market that we are now seeing I will be surprised if we see any American car resembling what we remember around for long. As long as I don't get into a major accident with either of my cars day should the economical enough to drive for a very long time. Oh and by the way I own a Studebaker and those cars don't compare in performance to are Saturn's.

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