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1374 clicks; posted to Business » on 29 Dec 2021 at 8:17 AM (26 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-12-29 8:28:24 AM  
8 votes:
Why does it keep needing saving?
 
2021-12-29 8:41:08 AM  
3 votes:

wildcardjack: Why does it keep needing saving?


Don't know.  We had a case study back in 1980 that basically said, "Let it die already."
 
2021-12-29 9:13:47 AM  
3 votes:
That is not dead which can in junkyards eternal lie.
 
2021-12-29 10:07:34 AM  
2 votes:
Pretty sure Chrysler has been trying to die for at least 40 years. Let it die, it's suffered enough. They somehow manage to make cars just good enough to keep them just viable enough to get handed around, but never good enough to be a stable business that doesn't need regular bailouts.
 
2021-12-29 9:01:50 AM  
1 vote:
The company that made the PT Cruiser and the Prowler? Yeah, how about no.  Maybe they can do something besides slam ever increasing hp gas guzzlers into 10 year old designs for the Charger and Challenger.
 
2021-12-29 9:17:20 AM  
1 vote:

Vazz: The company that made the PT Cruiser and the Prowler? Yeah, how about no.  Maybe they can do something besides slam ever increasing hp gas guzzlers into 10 year old designs for the Charger and Challenger.


Their branding has been nostalgia, Hemis and Challengers leading the way. How long before the children of nostalgia becomes nostalgia themselves?
 
2021-12-29 10:21:03 AM  
1 vote:

CivilizedTiger: [YouTube video: 1998 Dodge Neon Highline: Regular Car Reviews]


I've been telling people this for over a decade: BEST. CAR. EVER from Chrysler.
 
2021-12-29 3:17:26 PM  
1 vote:
And there is no Lee Iaccoca with a revolutionary front wheel drive platform to save them, either.

At this point, the brands are so damaged, they probably should all go away.
 
2021-12-29 6:08:31 PM  
1 vote:

Siskabush: mrmopar5287: CivilizedTiger: [YouTube video: 1998 Dodge Neon Highline: Regular Car Reviews]

I've been telling people this for over a decade: BEST. CAR. EVER from Chrysler.

Back in 1999 my buddy had a neon. He put that car through tons of punishment and she kept going. Fun car.


Proud prior owner of a 1998 Neon ACR here, complete with deletion of the A/C to save weight. I added some go-fast parts that included exhaust header, engine ECU (to remove the speed limiter and also benefit from use of premium unleaded), Comp cams, and Mahle pistons that pushed compression above 11:1 (maybe closer to 12:1). Conservatively it was 225 horsepower without turbocharging - a large improvement over the stock 150 horsepower. Th

Siskabush: 89 Stick-Up Kid: Bring back Jon Voight's Lebaron![Fark user image image 425x303]

It must stay in the Shadow as to receive much Acclaim. It's legend is already higher then the Cirrus, got to keep it below the Stratus. An Intrepid vehicle indeed.


You could say they had Eagle-eyed Vision.
 
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