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  • Ah, yes, the sporty two-door model 🙂

  • Would LOVE to see Jeremy Clarkson do a review of this ride.

  • brookland_rez

    Sorry, there’s nothing sweet about a 1970’s Chrysler. That was a real low point for American cars.

    • brookland_rez

      Just because it’s old doesn’t mean it’s sweet.

      • 360ci of V8 making an “awesome” 155bhp and returning 12mpg.

      • 360ci of American muscle making a “whopping” 155bhp and returning 12mpg. Wowzers!

        • #missing the point. Rides can be sweet for different reasons. We appreciate some for performance, some for build quality, some for design (which has a lot of room for interpretation). It may not be the current herd approved ride someone paid six figures for on a tv auction, but I agree that this is sweet, because the owner seems to have taken good cosmetic care of a vehicle that’s probably older than most of this readership, without having to spend an exhorbitant amount of cash. I’ve heard it run and know it could use some engine maintenance, which he may do when his budget allows. Admittedly, if it were mine, I’d drop a crate engine and some modern custom suspension in it like I did with my 36 year old motorcycle and have the best of both worlds.

  • What a pimpmobile.

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