5 Best-Selling Cars Ever

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Ransom E. Olds introduced the Curved Dash Olds, a single cylinder engine with tilted steering a chain drive, in 1901. Six-hundred were sold. Three years later, Olds' company sold 5,000 models and the mass production auto industry was on its way. While the Curved Dash Oldsmobile was the first mass-produced gasoline car, some models have been trendy throughout the years while others have been duds. Then there are a select few models that have remained popular with consumers year after year.

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