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Chrysler Sign Almost Decapitates Detroit Auto Show-goer

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The U.S. auto industry is now completely falling apart. Literally. A giant metallic Chrysler Pentastar logo just fell down in the Chrysler display, barely missing decapitating someone here in Detroit. More pics below.

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This is just what happens when you spend too little trying to do too much — like have a stage at the Detroit Auto Show. Come to think of it, that's kind of like an explanation of Chrysler in general at the moment, isn't it? Hat tip to Scott, Tom!

[Robb.Hunter @ Flickr, via TwitPic]

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Dollarbill4
Dollarbill4

I need to take Jalopnik to task, equating the falling Pentastar Logo to the fortunes of the company. This seems to me to be a cheap shot at best and Chrysler baiting at worst. There is no merit to this post but to arouse the Chrysler bashers.

I've seen no pictures of the consept 200C from the Naias which would create some discussion about the possibility of Chrysler digging itself from it's self imposed crater.

C'mon Jalopnik your better than that!