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 Caravelle

Caravelle It didn’t make it to the states during the smog-era, but the Caravelle was in Canada long before it make its U.S. debut. Used examples are just over the border. They’re just like the Dodge Diplomat, and in later years, the Dodge 600, so we decided to include it on this site. Since this […]
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Plymouth Caravelle Salon

Caravelle Salon Salon was the top model in the Caravelle series which debuted for 1978. It was offered in Canada only, but was an M-body and cousin to the Dodge Diplomat. At first it was offered in 4-door sedan and 2-door coupe styles. A t-top option was even offered on the coupes. The 1980 cars […]
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Chrysler Fifth Avenue

Chrysler Fifth Avenue The name ‘Fifth Avenue’ was used to describe the top trim level of the New Yorker. And a plush car it was. Its first year was 1979. This Fifth Avenue had a wheelbase of 118.5″, which was still fairly long for a ‘downsized’ metric-car. Standard power was a 360 CID 2bbl V8 […]
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Chrysler New Yorker

Chrysler New Yorker The New Yorker had many generations, even during the time frame presented on this site. The ’73s were the last of the generation that was around since 1969. These had only the 440 V8. New Yorkers were redesigned for 1974, which might have made them look a little more like a big […]
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Chrysler LeBaron

Chrysler LeBaron The LeBaron was introduced for 1977 in answer to GM’s newly downsized big cars. However, the new M-body was slightly smaller than fullsize with a wheelbase of 112.7″. The body styles were a coupe or sedan, whereas a wagon version to be introduced a couple more years down the line would be known […]
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Plymouth Gran Fury

    Gran Fury Unofficially, the Gran Fury was around in 1973, but was called ‘Fury Gran’, the top trim of the Fury line. It had a standard 318 CID 2bbl V8. Optional were a 360 CID 2bbl V8, 400 CID 4bbl V8, or 440 CID 4bbl V8. The car was redesigned for 1974.The 318 […]
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