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Allpar tries to cover every Chrysler and related vehicle ever made, whether it be an AMC, Dodge, Plymouth, Imperial, Jeep, DeSoto, Fargo...even a Chrysler!

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Are you more interested in locating a particular car's user forum than the information pages at allpar? Here's a way to do it, but first, the quickies and odd ones:

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