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Discussion in 'Rumors and General Chrysler Discussion' started by hemidakota, Jun 14, 2005.

  1. the cp

    the cp Active Member

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    for some reason, i can see that being used on the compass :huh:
     
  2. CanadianJeepYJ

    CanadianJeepYJ The NEW Chrysler's Armchair CEO

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    Nice one. I was looking at the O and I thought to myself that I had seen it before.
     
  3. jwhite

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    I would highly doubt it.
    Makes more sense as a production name for the Firepower or whatever form the ME-412 takes.
     
  4. duster92

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    It was a great plane when it debuted. The British actually were the ones who had the nerve to land it on a carrier and we followed suit after they did. The Corsair could eat an inexperienced pilot for breakfast. However, it was the first plane the Allies had that could outperform the Zero. The P-51 came later.

    The Japanese called the Corsair "Whistling Death." It was one of the most lethal and legendary airplanes in WW11.

    They should call the Firepower the Corsair.
     
  5. prowlerjc

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    Looks like the Zodiac Killer's signature.
     
  6. Stratuscaster

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    The SPORTSMAN logo will be published for opposition on 11/7/06.
    FREEDOM DRIVE I was published for opposition on 10/3/06.
    FREEDOM DRIVE II was published for opposition on 10/3/06.
    FREEDOM TOP was published for opposition on 10/3/06.
    STREET CRUISER was registered on 10/3/06.
     
  7. scook6

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    Technically, the P-51 entered service first. The Corsair soon followed. According to Wikepedia the P-51 Mustang entered service in mid 1942 the F4U Corsair entered service in late December 1942.
     
  8. Street cruiser ? maybe a PT coupe
     
  9. Bajanbuoy

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    No,... That's what they call the Dream Cruiser's now, I believe.
     
  10. Richard in Idaho

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    Correct:

    '06 - Street Cruiser Rt 66
    '07 - Steet Cruiser Pacific Coast Highway
     
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    '08 - I-75 rt/srt/bumble bee/super bird/?/ special edition !
     
  12. D0C

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    I think you are right, maybe the american ralley version of the compass
     
  13. hemidakota

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    Chrysler suppose to receive a patent on a new updated steering mech that will embarrassed the competition with turning at a smaller radius. I had to find this one since I do drive a HD truck.
     
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    R/T (G & S: Land vehicles. FIRST USE: 19660800. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 19660800) will be published for opposition on 11/28/06.
    MYGIG (G & S: AUTOMOTIVE NAVIGATION SYSTEM WITH GPS RECEIVER AND ELECTRONIC MAPS AND MULTIMEDIA RECEIVER/PLAYER SOLD AS AN INTEGRAL COMPONENT OF AN AUTOMOBILE) will be published for opposition on 11/28/06.
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    LIBERTY LATITUDE (G & S: AUTOMOBILES) will be published for opposition on 11/28/06.
    NASSAU (G & S: MOTOR VEHICLES, NAMELY CARS, TRUCKS AND SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES) will be published for opposition on 11/28/06.
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    It WAS (most recently) an early rarely seen design concept from 2000 that became the 2005+ Chrysler 300. The concept now sits in the WPC museum.
    Some Photos


    It would not surprise me to see it now as a trim line/Special edition on a Chrysler product going forward though. (i.e. 300C Nassau Edition or something)
     
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    For some reason a Chrysler version of the Nitro/Liberty popped into my head.
     
  18. duster92

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    My guess is that the Nassau is the 300C wagon which will be named differently from the 300C because they want to classify it as a truck to get the CAFE deduction.
     
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    AVENGER (G & S: Motor vehicles, namely passenger automobiles, pickup trucks, sport utility vehicles, vans and minivans, and structural parts and engines therefor) will be published for opposition on 12/12/2006.
     
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    RAMCHARGER (G & S: vehicle badge. FIRST USE: 19690000. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 19690000) was abandoned on 10/9/06.
     

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