It's The Jalopnik New Year's Monday Dead Brand Hangover PartyPatrick George1/02/17 10:12amFiled to: AnnouncementsHousekeeping715EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Photo credit Dave7/Flickr Hello and welcome to 2017! We have so much to look forward to, like the debut of the new Ford GT, dozens more Avengers sequels, and the inevitable heat death of the entire universe. Advertisement Like many of you we’re still off today for the New Year’s Day holiday, at home recovering from a weekend of giving 2016 the hard sendoff it deserved. We’ll hit the ground running with more car news than you can handle tomorrow as CES begins and leads into next week’s Detroit Auto Show. Until then, like our well-received Christmas Saab Festival, we’re taking the day to run some hits from the archives celebrating all your favorite dead car brands. Saturn, Oldsmobile, Suzuki (in America), even Scion—let us come together and revere our dead car forebears so we can all move forward together. Or something. Advertisement What car stuff did you do over the long weekend? Any wrenching, racing, buying, and/or backyard minibike burnouts? Recommended StoriesWatch This Guy Go Full Jackie Chan On The Scooter Thief Who Stole His PhoneHow Koenigsegg Nearly Built Subaru's Flat-12 F1 Engine That Theory About A Fire Sinking The Titanic Isn't Exactly NewPatrick Georgepatrick@jalopnik.com@bypatrickgeorgeEditor-in-chief at Jalopnik. 1985 BMW 325e.