Chrysler is ending global production of its PT Cruiser this summer.
It hopes to try to sell the tooling for the retro-styled C-segment hatchback, which ceased sales in the UK last year, to raise some funds, said its president Tom LaSorda.
Last year, Russian carmaker GAZ bought the tooling for the last generation Chrysler Sebring saloon.
Since Chrysler Group's takeover by Cerberus it has also dropped the Crossfire coupe and roadster. Observers also expect it to kill off the Commander from its Jeep brand.
The moves leave UK dealers with the Sebring and 300C models and Grand Voyager MPV in Chrysler's range, plus Dodge and Jeep models.