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Dodge Camber a mistake?

by David Zatz on

An intriguing post in the Allpar forums may explain Chrysler’s odd trademarking of the name “Camber” for use in cars, which inspired negative reactions from Allpar readers (who thought the car-once-thought-to-be-the-Dodge-Hornet would instead be named Dodge Camber).

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