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1966 Crown Coupe, 2016 200 S AWD, 1962 Lark Daytona V8.
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There will always those that bash the PT. The PT was enjoyed by both young and old, safe, reliable and reasonably economical like the Neon that it was based upon.
I hope that Chrysler keeps at least one retro car available. The Challenger is stunning, but not as useful as the PT. Detractors and critics are everywhere, you don't have to agree with them and most people probably don't.
Old Imperials aren't that collectable and that is a good thing. It makes them a perfect project car for those on a budget. Parts are out there and you have something that is special, fine, rare and to be cherished on a sunny day drive. Mine had this habit of pulling into ice cream stands.
The Crossfire coupe was a beautiful example of what Daimler and Chrysler could make happen together. I'm just sorry that the relationship was difficult and eventually soured on the vine. It was never marketed in a responsible way because I don't think that they knew how or what to do with the car. We could not move them off the lot. We had lookers, but no real buyers.
 
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