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Eagle Cars

Designed by AMC, the Premier was also briefly badged as the AMC Premier and Renault Premier in late 1987 and early 1988. It shared several parts with the Renault 25, and spawned a rebadged version named Dodge Monaco (1990–1992). Eagle Premier was developed by the American Motors Corporation (AMC) and Renault partnership. The model was inherited by Chrysler Corporation when…

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How To Make Sense of Your Vehicle Identification Number

Each vehicle that rolls of the assembly line has a unique identifier, like our social security number, that sets it appart from every other vehicle that is called a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). VIN’s are used to track individual car’s from factory to scrap yard. It can be used to track automobile recalls, registrations, warranty claims, thefts and insurance coverage…

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America’s Favorite Brands are Changing

Now that the U.S. auto manufacturing industry has been bailed out and restructured by government intervention, traditional customer allegiances are changing. The Big Three of old, GM, Ford and Chrysler, and their related “sub” marques have evolved into the “Big 2 ½ Plus One” today. Ford Motor Company didn’t take the bailout money and appears solid for now. General Motors…

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2002 Chrysler Neon R/T sedan 4dr manual

Advertisements Chrysler’s Neon has always offered a stylish alternative in the compact-sedan category. Its popularity with young, notably female, buyers suggests that even entry-level shoppers appreciate a good-looking car. The Neon R/T is an attempt to fix at least half of that equation. Like the original Neon R/T, this one is a combination of performance goodies and pointless options. Extra…

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Hybrid Car Problems

A hybrid car is very much in use today. This is a car that does not run on a single energy source, but on a combination of a fuel engine and a battery. This is unlike the normal cars that run on a single energy source. In these cars, the car does not run with the two energy sources getting…

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Computerized Car Theft

Remote keyless entry for vehicles has been around since the late 80′s and is now so common it is a standard feature on almost every new car sold in the United States today. When remote operated electric door locks first debuted they were hailed as a modern marvel of safety and convenience. Prospective buyers were told that would never forget…

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Muscle Cars: 1971 Dodge Demon by Chris

Chris’s 1971 Dodge Demon is a Primer gray/Green car factory 318 727TF 8 3/4 Car. It comes in a high impact color for 71 along with the sticker package and the rare “A59 Package” known as the Sizzler Package. It is a highly optioned 318 car with all the perks less the actual 340 from the factory. Drivetrain: 360 c.i.…

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History of Chrysler Logos

The design shown at the top of the page is an adaptation of the original winged logo which Chrysler used on its cars at its inception in 1925. The logo was revived for the Chrysler division in the mid-1990s, and was surrounded by a pair of silver wings after the Daimler-Benz merger in 1998. Advertisements In 1963, the company had…

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Recovery Plan Chrysler

Director General Sergio Marchionne recently presented for the first time since received an infusion of 12 billion dollars of public funds, the strategy for the next five years, which should lead to recovery Chrysler. Sergio Marchionne is the managing director at Fiat Group, which owns majority shares Chrysler. He said sphere and that analysts were wrong about the impact that…

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