Mitsubishi Cordia

Cordia Arriving in time for 1982, this was Mitsubishi’s front wheel drive sporty car. It’s curb weight was about 2200lbs, length at 173 inches, and wheelbase at 96.3 inches. The brake system was front disc/rear drum in layout. The one and only body style was a 2-door hatchback. For trim levels, there were three. These […]
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Mitsubishi Starion

Starion This Mitsubishi was a rear wheel drive GT that arrived for 1982. It had closely related American nameplates which were the Dodge Challenger and Plymouth Sapporo. Mechanically they were nearly identical, though the Starion had a very different look about it. Starion also got standard 4-wheel disc brakes, whereas the Plymouth and Dodge did […]
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Plymouth Fire Arrow

Plymouth Fire Arrow Officially part of the Arrow line, though marketed somewhat on its own was the Plymouth Fire Arrow. It arrived for 1979, and only in the color of white. Opting for the Fire Arrow over the standard Arrow came with several additional features. This added ‘FIRE ARROW’ graphics down the side, an arrow-like […]
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Plymouth Colt

    Plymouth Colt The Colt replaced the Champ for 1983. Three-door and five-door styles were both offered. At this point there was really no more differentiating between Dodge’s and Plymouth’s Colts, other than title and receipt. It even shared the trim levels, such as Custom and RS. Related Pages: Plymouth Champ Dodge Colt Hatchback […]
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Plymouth Champ

    Plymouth Champ The Champ was cousin to the Dodge Colt Hatchback. It was introduced for 1979 to compliment the brand’s imported line which included the Plymouth Arrow and Plymouth Sapporo. The body was only available in a 3-door configuration at first. Base, Deluxe and Custom were the trim level choices. Two choices for […]
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