Dodge Mirada

Dodge Mirada The Mirada replaced the Magnum for 1980 and was cousin to the redesigned Chrysler Cordoba. This new Dodge was on the J-body platform. The wheelbase was 112.7 inches and the overall length was 209.5 inches. Its curb weight was about 3450 lbs. The standard body style was a 2-door coupe, but several variants […]
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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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Chrysler Cordoba

Chrysler Cordoba If there’s not a more stereotypical car from the 70s, the Cordoba is it. Made famous by Ricardo Montalban for its ‘rich Corinthian leather’, these cars are not easily forgotten by most. Introduced for 1975, the ‘doba’ at first glance looked like a Chevy Monte Carlo from the same era. 318, 360, and […]
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