My daily dream, minus Maserati. In a video recently posted on Allpar, Walter Chrysler's great-grandson quoted him as saying that if the company were to built quality autos at fair prices, customers would buy them. Often, the simple is the most sure. To me, that's what was so attractive about Chrysler in the early '80s. The quality and tunnel vision problems were (yes, necessarily) publicly admitted and addressed with quality products that were priced fairly and were designed with the latest technology and built in the era of high oil prices. Had oil remained high and the government had not nixed strict MPG requirements, Chrysler would have been the genius company. True, there was the element of "the lower the bottom, the better the bounce", but there was at least the appearance of honesty, openness, and optimism with Chrysler then.