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By Damian Joseph and Helen Walters
Automobile manufacturers around the globe have a rich history of fishing in the past to inspire and inform future designs. As Detroit now struggles to imagine its future, Chrysler, Ford (F), and GM (GM) might do well to look to these 25 iconic cars of the past 25 years for some ideas for new routes for innovation.