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14 Cars That Should Have Never Made a Comeback

Road & Track Logo By Collin Woodard, Brian Silvestro of Road & Track | Slide 1 of 15: Sometimes an automaker brings a canceled car back to much success. The Chevrolet Camaro, for example, was killed off in 2002, but after an eight year break, Chevrolet brought it back. Likewise, Dodge brought back both the Challenger and the Charger after an extended hiatus. Not every attempt to bring a car back from the cancelation graveyard is a roaring success. Some cars just shouldn't have been brought back at all. Here are seven of them that should never have made a comeback, according to you.

Sometimes an automaker brings a canceled car back to much success. The Chevrolet Camaro, for example, was killed off in 2002, but after an eight year break, Chevrolet brought it back. Likewise, Dodge brought back both the Challenger and the Charger after an extended hiatus.

Not every attempt to bring a car back from the cancelation graveyard is a roaring success. Some cars just shouldn't have been brought back at all. Here are seven of them that should never have made a comeback, according to you.

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