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Discussion in 'Rumors and Speculation' started by geraldg, Sep 15, 2017.
So did GM hire more than half of the Viper team. LOL
I remember my mom's 1980 Dodge Diplomat did the same on South America's pothole-covered streets: the rear would hop sideways when I drove around a roundabout or on a tight curve. That car had torsion bars in front and leaf springs in back.
Of course I was 16 at the time and more tolerant of G-forces than I am today
Wasn't that Mercury?
1960 Chrysler 300F: “The Banker’s Hot Rod” - high performance, luxury, and handling in one fast car (at https://www.allpar.com/cars/chrysler/300C/300F.html )
No, Mercury was the banker’s more oddly chrome adorned Ford
Learn something new everyday!
Where can I buy this gray one ?
Minus the number on the door and the equipment names ( Pirelli and such ) this is the Commuter Car I need.
The outside Rear Views are perfect!
Where has FCA been hiding this beauty? I'm ticked.
Perhaps you missed this series from a few years ago......
Sadly it is now Defunct, and no longer run.
Enjoy turn it up!!
And that was the MOST beautiful Chrysler ever built, IMO. I can remember our neighbours red, red, RED, New Yorker 2 door Hardtop, I thought I had died and gone to Heaven every time I walked past it. Thank God for Virgil Exner, he made me love Chryslers!