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  • To the most of us [[MoparStyle]] kind of guys, Virgil Exner is most famous for his “[[Forward Look]]” years at the [[Chrysler Corporation]]. I lik ...d athletic build – and was very dapper. Exner also showed an interest in cars at a young age, and collected car catalogs. As a teenager, Exner insisted o
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  • ...oduced the Charger in 1966 as a competitor to the sporty Fastback roofline cars offered by Ford and Chevrolet. == Famous Examples of This Model == <!-- Do not remove this Heading -->
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  • ...oduced the Charger in 1966 as a competitor to the sporty Fastback roofline cars offered by Ford and Chevrolet. == Famous Examples of This Model == <!-- Do not remove this Heading -->
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  • "In the manner of timeless British sports cars, the interior of the Dodge Demon is purposely functional, not frivolous," s [[Category:Dream Cars]]
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  • ...oduced the Charger in 1966 as a competitor to the sporty Fastback roofline cars offered by Ford and Chevrolet. == Famous Examples of This Model == <!-- Do not remove this Heading -->
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  • ...oduced the Charger in 1966 as a competitor to the sporty Fastback roofline cars offered by Ford and Chevrolet. == Famous Examples of This Model == <!-- Do not remove this Heading -->
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  • ...oduced the Charger in 1966 as a competitor to the sporty Fastback roofline cars offered by Ford and Chevrolet. == Famous Examples of This Model == <!-- Do not remove this Heading -->
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  • ...n flathead six & comfortable chair high seats. K.T. Keller wanted Chrysler cars made so a tall man could wear his fedora on his head. The 1949 Dodge was to don't forget the A990s and famous racers running the 65s in the day
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  • ...oduced the Charger in 1966 as a competitor to the sporty Fastback roofline cars offered by Ford and Chevrolet. == Famous Examples of This Model == <!-- Do not remove this Heading -->
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  • ...26 million. Chrysler improved the Maxwell, there were thousands of unsold cars, and sold them off at a profit of $5 per car. Maxwell and Chalmers were me ...ruck company. Almost incidentally, he brought out a new line of commercial cars--the [[Fargo]] "Packet" and "Clipper”, based on Plymouth and DeSoto mecha
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  • ...car #43 was the most famous of the [[Petty Dynasty]] -- and maybe the most famous NASCAR Driver of all time. Petty spent the better part of his childhood around race cars. He built engines, painted bodies and worked in the [[pits]] long before he
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  • "Mr. Norm" Krause was the more famous brother at Grand Spaulding Dodge. ...initially passed, but when they heard about the [[Max Wedge]] performance cars, they agreed and opened the dealership in October of 1962. Their advertisin
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  • ...oduced the Charger in 1966 as a competitor to the sporty Fastback roofline cars offered by Ford and Chevrolet. == Famous Examples of This Model == <!-- Do not remove this Heading -->
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  • ...oduced the Charger in 1966 as a competitor to the sporty Fastback roofline cars offered by Ford and Chevrolet. == Famous Examples of This Model == <!-- Do not remove this Heading -->
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  • ...oduced the Charger in 1966 as a competitor to the sporty Fastback roofline cars offered by Ford and Chevrolet. == Famous Examples of This Model == <!-- Do not remove this Heading -->
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  • ...oduced the Charger in 1966 as a competitor to the sporty Fastback roofline cars offered by Ford and Chevrolet. == Famous Examples of This Model == <!-- Do not remove this Heading -->
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  • ...oduced the Charger in 1966 as a competitor to the sporty Fastback roofline cars offered by Ford and Chevrolet. == Famous Examples of This Model == <!-- Do not remove this Heading -->
    4 KB (712 words) - 21:50, 28 November 2016
  • ...oduced the Charger in 1966 as a competitor to the sporty Fastback roofline cars offered by Ford and Chevrolet. == Famous Examples of This Model == <!-- Do not remove this Heading -->
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  • ...oduced the Charger in 1966 as a competitor to the sporty Fastback roofline cars offered by Ford and Chevrolet. == Famous Examples of This Model == <!-- Do not remove this Heading -->
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  • ...oduced the Charger in 1966 as a competitor to the sporty Fastback roofline cars offered by Ford and Chevrolet. == Famous Examples of This Model == <!-- Do not remove this Heading -->
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