End of an era. After almost a century and at a cost of 2600 jobs, the last GM vehicles will roll off the Oshawa, Ontario, assembly line this week. In the 1980's, Oshawa was one of the largest vehicle assembly plants in the world. With the exception of Corvettes, Oshawa built just about every GM make and model over the years, including trucks. From 1962 through 1967, it was the site of all Canadian Chevy II and Acadian production. The current generation Camaro was also built at Oshawa from 2010 through 2016. GM will now use the facility as a research and test site for electric and autonomous vehicles.