The North American International Auto Show

Older models are making a reappearance at this year's show in Detroit. ABC News' Will Ganss reports.
3:18 | 01/15/19

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When I. My favorite Beatles song. Visit it's beyond I didn't hello. Could be done. A parent and not think I like the excitement up slip in behind the wheel of a brand new car wreck. Yeah but some auto makers are betting that more than a few of us like to jump into a revamped version of our parents cars a lot to look up and so there's my mom had. So will dance he's the will behind the way dubbed an old. I don't. Like it is Jim McMahon. Well buckle up be all it is the comeback of the classics that has everyone talking it. This year's North American International Auto Show oh. Loved its when he nineteen Detroit auto show features some awesome automobiles from years past. Anything goes greased lightning is not one of the models cruising back into the spotlight this year. Instead automobile aficionados are having drivers deja Vu with the return of models like the Toyota super. A car with a cult following in the eighty's and ninety's and the Jeep gladiator which was originally sold in the sixties but while these remakes. Cars that are from the past are easy to revive because it's cheap you already own the B vending play. You own the patents and you don't have to spend on marketing a new vehicle. Cheap sherbet don't discount that nostalgia factor people are looking for something to relish in the past something that. Next if you emotionally from. The history of the auto industry. Really sells well today and also generates a lot of buzz themselves leaving Heathrow back models aimed to make buyers feel like the hero of their own. With car manufacturers hoping that installs it will sell as well in car lots. As it does on the big screen. Hollywood sequels and reboots paving the way for a smooth ride for these resurrected car models but some of the brands coming back like this year may evoke some less cinematic but equally as dramatic memories. OJ Simpson is still traveling very slowly northbound. Along the five freeway like the Ford Bronco SUV announced it this year's show before it makes its way into dealerships next year and 21. And as far as remakes and resurrecting old models go it seems like there are no signs of any roadblocks ahead. What's next. I guess we'll see but the auto industry is probably digging through there history aren't out to see what else could they bring back. OK so while it seems like a lot of companies are looking in the rearview mirror for inspiration don't worry there's plenty of new cars to get excited about as well. How and they speeding into first place at this year's show winning the car of the year and SUV of the year award check. Now that's cool sold abroad go live opposing going to be before we see sort out their broke out of cliches I mean it will. Hopefully I sailed being. It is still happen and it comes in his own pair of gloves. Driving glad I won Toronto get a freak may have gone yet. Good luck might as well.

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