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    Thread: Going downhill?

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      Going downhill?

      I don't think that many people can argue that the 90's wasn't really a great decade for any of the car manufacturers. They all seemed to be stuck between trying to get rid of the flashness of the 80's and try and concentrate on a new millennium.

      This also applied to Chevrolet, but do you think they lost a lot of customers in this era with the cars they were producing and as it gone the other way now? 90's chevy's are proving to hold their value these days because they are seen as, well, a bit quirky?

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      There aren't many cars the I liked from the 90's with any car manufacture. I think that they lost their touch in the making of the concepts for these cars. It was like they tried to make everything look the same, while adding in a more modern feel. I don't know about you, but I miss the curves and the sleekness of the older vehicles. There was actually something to look at and they stood out more.

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      I feel the same way; there aren't many cars that I can think of that I actually liked from the 90's era. In my opinion, cars and trucks took a nose dive after the early 80's. It's like they just can't get creative anymore and most vehicles look the same. I have always been about having a car that has style and unfortunately this is something that doesn't happen anymore.

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