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Let's get our fluids flowing.

Mine are, not based on commercial success but on purely emotional reasons, and not necessarily in order:

1931 Chrysler Imperial by LeBaron --worthy of comparing to a Duesenberg


1956 Chrysler 300B --the one that inspires 300s to this day


1968 Dodge Charger --flowing grace


2012+ Dodge Challenger --it keeps getting better and better


2013+ SRT Viper --awesome meets sexy
 

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Aldo said:
Let's get our fluids flowing.

Mine are, not necessarily in order:

1931 Chrysler Imperial by LeBaron --worthy of comparing to a Duesenberg
Apparently you have not been paying attention, Chrysler's can never be a premium car... ;)
Beautiful, simply beautiful!

Mine;
1942 WC 53
1942 WC 51
1946 WDX
1964 W200
2013 JKU Sahara

;)
 

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Agree, Norm: the 1931 Chrysler Imperial is simply one of the most beautiful cars of all time; a true classic.

For those of us laymen, I imagine those codes you listed are Jeeps...? --I got the last one :)
 
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1931 Chrysler Imperial by LeBaron looks amazing

My list:

1- '13 SRT Viper GTS..


2- ’70 Plymouth Cuda 440


3- [SIZE=10pt]’71 [/SIZE][SIZE=10pt]Plymouth Duster[/SIZE][SIZE=10pt] Twister [/SIZE]


4- ’70 AMC Javelin SST


5- Dodge Challenger.. The car that tears me down, not knowing if to buy now or wait or which V8 to buy.. I know the picture is a Redline but God, I like the combination of color/wheel/stripe
 

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I you can afford a 2012+ SRT 392, I highly recommend it
 

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You know, I've waited to purchase one ever since '08.. That time, I just got married and started my current job.
Now, hearing all the things coming for '015, I think I can hold on. But I'm like a kid waiting to go into the theme park..
 

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Well, they just keep making it better and better...
 

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1. Airflow

2. Charger

3. RoadRunner

4. AMX

5. Pacer { not so much the deployment, but the design and purpose }

Late EDIT :

5. Dodge Ram Cummins Diesel { 5.9L HO }

5. Viper { forgot to add this during the original post }

5. Imperial LeBaron 1970-ish

5. Dart 1965-ish Slant Six { Mobil Economy Run fame }

5. Rambler American { 1964 Straight Six / 1969 SC/Rambler }

{ Acknowledge the '70 Javelin ... '68 through '70, best looking Pony car, IMHO }
 

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Aldo said:
Agree, Norm: the 1931 Chrysler Imperial is simply one of the most beautiful cars of all time; a true classic.

For those of us laymen, I imagine those codes you listed are Jeeps...? --I got the last one :)
All Dodge trucks, except the Jeep ;)
 

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1970 Plymouth Roadrunner w/383 4sp, Invoilet/white interior.

1958 Imperial Crown Convertible, triple Black

1962 Plymouth Valiant V200 station wagon - Black/white

1974-1976 Plythouth Trailduster - Black/Black

1967 Imperial 4door hardtop - black/gold

None Mopars

1963 Lincoln Convertible - triple black

DMC 12
 

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On emotion?
(Not in any order)

Dodge Challenger

Jeep J-Truck (I love the design of these things. Rugged and classic looking)

Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

Dodge Power Wagon

Jeep Cherokee (XJ)

(My Jeep taken out for some exploring :D)
 

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MoparNorm said:
EDITED; to add photos.

My list;
1942 WC 53


M 37


1946 WDX


1964 W200

2013 JKU Sahara
 

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Are pre 87 AMC/Jeep products really Mopars?
 

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Are pre 87 AMC/Jeep products really Mopars?
Don't know, that's up to interpretation, however the ones on my list are ALL Dodges and one post AMC Jeep. ;)
 

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Ah, yeah...love those WWII Dodge trucks!
 

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Ah, yeah...love those WWII Dodge trucks!
The 1942 is a WWII truck, "Carryall".
The M37 is Korea and Cold War, drove one in Berlin, in the early '79's.
Neither are technically Power Wagons, the 1946, post war WDX, is the first Power Wagon and the 1964 is the Sweptline Era Power Wagon.
There are probably about 15-16 WWII Era Dodge military trucks, with subtle nuances that differentiate each one.
Some very cool and historic Dodge Trucks that were all supplied by Chrysler at cost, not a penny of profit during WWII.
A great testament to a great company legacy.
 

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As mentioned elsewhere, love the J-Truck. Thumbs-up. This white one is a 1967 J2000

I always liked their different sizing and styling. The Style-Side/Townside was a favorite - the Step-Side seemed to be too easily mistaken for a Ford Step-Side.

But the distinctive eye-brow visor, the hood and grill, the Round Headlights are a favorite of mine. But I'd like some cues taken here and there from other years and from other brand/models to include on My Take on the J-Truck theme.
 

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Are pre 87 AMC/Jeep products really Mopars?
No. Great question. It's a stretch to accept them under that term. But using the well-known brand name for Chrysler vehicles overall seems to simplify things to a roughly acceptable level. I believe Chrysler bought AMC/Jeep and all of the combined IP in that transaction.
 

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We are blessed to have a 1929 Chrysler four door convertible in our area. It would bring tears it is so absolutely perfect, beautiful and so well done. This is a car that no other driven show car can match.
 
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