Times are a-changin’. An American car no longer means having a Detroit badge on it. Sometimes, it’s about where a car is made and where the parts that make it up come from.

Accordingly, the American Automobile Labeling Act has made it easier to track just how American a car is. You baseball-, hotdog-, and apple pie-loving patriots may have to reconsider how to finish that famous phrase. Can you stand to throw a Toyota or Honda into that phrase? Or how about throw in a car made in Canada or Mexico?

In the spirit of July 4, Independence Day, we’ll retrace some America history and show you just how American your the most domestic cars really are. Follow the link to see what made the list.

Buick, Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford, GMC, Honda, Toyota

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