GM's Archive Offers Glimpse Of Its Past And Future

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Cars at the GM Heritage Center in Sterling Heights, Mich., include a 1951 Le Sabre concept, at left. i

Cars at the GM Heritage Center in Sterling Heights, Mich., include a 1951 Le Sabre concept, at left. General Motors hide caption

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Cars at the GM Heritage Center in Sterling Heights, Mich., include a 1951 Le Sabre concept, at left.

Cars at the GM Heritage Center in Sterling Heights, Mich., include a 1951 Le Sabre concept, at left.

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After more than 100 years of ups and downs, General Motors has a lot of history. Most of GM's history is in the form of cars — hundreds of actual individual cars. The company tries to keep at least two of each car in storage. NPR's Sonari Glinton went on a walk through GM's attic to find out about the company's past and future.

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