Unsold cars in the lot of Chrysler's main plant. In the early 1980s, Detroit's "Big Three" automobile manufacturers, Ford, Chrysler and General Motors, suffered dramatic declines in sales as a result of competition from foreign manufacturers and the oil and energy crises of the 1970s.
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