Plymouth Road Runner

Plymouth Roadrunner The smog-era Road Runner was similar to AMC’s AMX of the smog-era. Well, not literally, but the way it was bounced from model to model as essentially a trim package. Each were based on several model variations in a short time. In the Road Runner’s case, it was on the Satellite Sebring, then […]
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Imperial Coupe

Coupe By the time 1980 rolled around the think-tank at Chrysler was thinking about yet another run at the Imperial brand. But this time, the idea was ‘personal luxury car’… The Imperial Coupe finally came to fruition in 1981 with no model name technically, just ‘Imperial’ as a make, still marketed on its own. This […]
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Plymouth Volare

Volare Like its cousin the Dodge Aspen, Volare was sold from the 1976 through 1980 model years. The Volare overlapped the Valiant and Duster for one year, both of which it replaced. The platform under it was Chrysler’s F-body. Wheelbase ranged from 108″ on coupes, to 112″ on sedans and station wagons. Besides the base […]
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Dodge Aspen

Dodge Aspen Though the Dart was sold though 1976, the Aspen was spiritual successor. It was built on the new “F-body” platform. The Aspen was offered from 1976-1980. Coupes, sedans, and station wagon variants were available. Straight 6s and small block V8s were what moved Aspens. Notable packages were T-tops, R/T model, Super Coupe (handling/appearance […]
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