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Auto writer Peter Cheney has taken a stand, giving his opinion on the 12 worst vehicles ever made. Some were chosen for their shoddy workmanship, others for design flaws that rendered them ugly at best, unsafe at worst.

The 12 worst cars ever built These cars all have shoddy engineering, questionable taste, or poor manufacturing quality. Or all of the above.

Readers earlier had their chance to call him on his decisions; make him explain why the Chevette they loved as a teen deserved to be on the list. Do you think the Corvair wasn't really that bad, the Aztek has merit or even that the Canadian Bricklin deserved a shot? Here's now the discussion went:

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