2002 Seville STS F55, 2006 Mazda Miata
Each one is a different brand and model.
Magazine date says August 22, 1983. These would've been 1984 MY. Kind of funny how you thought MY 1988, as GM let these things go unchanged for 7 years before redoing them in 1989 and letting them go another 8 years before killing them.:yeah: you beat me to it
i was going to say A-bodies around 1988
It didn't really work. GM's market share fell from 50% to 35% during that decade, and by 1992 the company was facing bankruptcy.I know everyone loves to rip on GM for badge engineering. But it worked pretty well for them in the 80s. Olds, Pontiac, and Buick all had their share of loyalists. And what's wrong with spreading research costs over several cars?