By Nick Carey DETROIT, June 25 (Reuters) - Modern Detroit traces its origins back to a man named Cadillac -- Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, sieur de Cadillac, to be precise, a French adventurer who founded Fort Pontchartrain du Detroit in 1701. Three hundred and eight years later the birthplace of the modern automotive industry is to lose the last downtown auto dealership that sells cars bearing his name. Dalgleish Cadillac -- which has sold the luxury car brand in Motor City for General ...
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