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Chrysler part of Bob Marley mystique

by David Zatz on

While the famed rastafarian Bob Marley is not often thought of alongside Mopars, the musician apparently moved from Jamaica to the Wilmington, Delaware plant in 1966 to work on the production line, falling out with his management company because they got rich on his success – and he did not (at that time). The BBC will talk about how his experiences influenced his songs on Saturday, according to Allparian Mike LAlouette.
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