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Game over: the cars that did it last

Autocar Logo By Ronan Glon of Autocar | Slide 1 of 21: Volkswagen’s seventh-generation Golf will be replaced by an eighth-generation model, for example. The Range Rover will undoubtedly spawn another Range Rover. It’s not always that simple, however, and there are models that signal the end of an era when they enter the pantheon of automotive history. Here are some of the cars that, for better or worse, we won’t see the likes of again.

Most cars retire with a new-and-improved successor patiently waiting behind the scenes to take the torch.

Volkswagen’s seventh-generation Golf will be replaced by an eighth-generation model, for example. The Range Rover will undoubtedly spawn another Range Rover. It’s not always that simple, however, and there are models that signal the end of an era when they enter the pantheon of automotive history.

Here are some of the cars that, for better or worse, we won’t see the likes of again.

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