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The last Chevrolet SS ever—ever—rolled off the assembly line in Australia yesterday. We eagerly await what rear-wheel drive, V8-powered sedan General Motors decides to replace it with.

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Very sad day indeed. But we can only blame ourselves. We wanted something like this , they delivered, and a lot of us sat on our hands. Granted it was overpriced or hard to find for some, but still, this happens time and again. Automakers give us the enthusiasts model we want, but then we don’t go buy it and cry foul or act surprised when it gets the axe. This is why we cant have nice things. This is why the market is saturated with crossovers. And why in the future, enthusiast and performance models may very well be for the lucky few that can afford them.