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Shortest-lived cars in UK history - but which do you remember?

Autocar Logo By Autocar of Autocar | Slide 1 of 59: Most cars tend to last around seven or eight years on the market, with a mid-life facelift to keep things fresh. Some cars are axed early because they were ahead of their time; others were plain wrong, didn't sell and were put out of their misery, and others fell victim to corporate failures and other machinations well above their paygrade. Behold then, these are the George Lazenbys of British motoring history, complete with information as on how many are left on our roads, and current guide prices in case any tempt you:

Some cars are so brilliant they stay on the market for a long period.

Most cars tend to last around seven or eight years on the market, with a mid-life facelift to keep things fresh. 

Some cars are axed early because they were ahead of their time; others were plain wrong, didn't sell and were put out of their misery, and others fell victim to corporate failures and other machinations well above their paygrade. Behold then, these are the George Lazenbys of British motoring history, complete with information as on how many are left on our roads, and current guide prices in case any tempt you:

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