What was Chrysler's best?

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When New Jersey's Robert Mayercik was looking to buy his first car in 1992, he wanted something dependable that fit his budget.

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Jan 14, 2007
 
Have owned a 1978 Horizon, a 1992 Plymouth TC3 and I still own a 1984 Omni GLH I bought new in 1984. They all were fun to drive cars, some gave me fits, but overall they were will built cars.
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Jan 16, 2007
 
Chrysler's best car up to this point in its history is hands down - the 300C Hemi. Not only has it set a new standard for Chrysler's own vehicles, but it was a benchmark in the return of the rear wheel drive Hemi, in it's purest fashion. We could go back to the 1950s and 1960s to talk about Chrysler's ultimately spectacular designs and innovations, but nothing is more advanced than Chrysler's latest. Then again, when you question, "the best," you should realize that the Hemi is synonymous.
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Feb 8, 2007
 
My old 1947 Chrysler Club Coupe with it's highlander plaid upholstery and fluid drive tranny. Now if only the old Route 66 was still around to drive it on!
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Feb 19, 2007
 
depence an era?early 90's lh platform cars were the best,early 00's second generation lh cars were the best,know lx cars are the best on the market.we can go back i name a lot's of them....
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Feb 19, 2007
 
I love my Jeep Commander with the Hemi. Passes everything but the gas station.
MrMopar wrote:
Chrysler's best car up to this point in its history is hands down - the 300C Hemi. Not only has it set a new standard for Chrysler's own vehicles, but it was a benchmark in the return of the rear wheel drive Hemi, in it's purest fashion. We could go back to the 1950s and 1960s to talk about Chrysler's ultimately spectacular designs and innovations, but nothing is more advanced than Chrysler's latest. Then again, when you question, "the best," you should realize that the Hemi is synonymous.
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Jul 25, 2008
 
My 1998 Plymouth Breeze

We had the 2.4l engine in it. Great power and lots of room and good on gas. The best car I've owned so far. The more I drove the car the more I would smile.
UAW Electrician

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Jul 25, 2008
 
My friend had a 68 Charger. It was jacked up, N60 tires on the rear, 4-speed, 383 Magnum slightly modified, and gas was cheap in the late 70's. We had Mind Blower speakers and kick ass 8 track...and didn't know how good we had it.

That was my favorite car after the stock 99 Corvette Convertible I sold after I got married.
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Jul 25, 2008
 

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Chrysler was best at giving people problems!:}
and you are the best at giving head!
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Dec 24, 2008
 
Have owned a '62 Plymouth Valiant,'64 Plymouth Valiant,several Dodge Caravans & an '89 Plymouth Horizon - all have been good vehicles - especially the '89 Caravan - I bought it 5 years ago for $500 - at that time it had 176,000 miles on it - it now has 243,000 miles on it & continues to run fine...
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Dec 24, 2008
 
Those 64 Valiants with the push button trannys. Man I wish I still had that car.
Dick Cheney

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Dec 25, 2008
 
get a life wrote:
<quoted text>and you are the best at giving head!
I wouldn't say he's the best...

...I've had better!
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Dec 25, 2008
 
I own a 2002 Neon with 133,330 miles on it. I've had no problems with it.
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Dec 25, 2008
 
Anything before the NAZIES wrecked the s.o.b.

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Dec 28, 2008
 
Bush wrote:
Chrysler was best at giving people problems!:}
Yeah Ford and Chevy at the race track!

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Dec 28, 2008
 
Well the 68 Charger, 67 GTX, 70 Roadrunner, 70 Super Bee 70 Demon 71 Duster 71 Challenger 69 Dart just to name a few ohh and I have some of these cars for sale in diffrent phases of restoration. I personaly enjoy my 59 DeSoto daily driver and my 70 528 Hemi Plymouth Duster it get's 5 gallons per mile!
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Dec 30, 2008
 
The best thing Chrysler did was go bankrupt it got rid of a bad company AND at the same time got rid of ugly cars.

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Dec 30, 2008
 
ferrari modena wrote:
The best thing Chrysler did was go bankrupt it got rid of a bad company AND at the same time got rid of ugly cars.
And a ferrari is better, talk about ugly! Haha you fool! Go move out of your shack in the woods and move to Italy.
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Jan 3, 2009
 
If Ferrari's are bad and ugly then why do they sell so well? And what makes you think I live in a shack? because im the south? where do you live under an overpass in Michigan because chyrsler laid you off get your fact's straight bud.

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Jan 3, 2009
 
Ferrari sale's are really not good. I work on cars for a living and the guys that own Ferrari's do not drive them except one time the whole year. why you may ask? Because they are not made of good quality steel, the paint is cheap and peels and chips. Most of the time a new owner will buy the car and as soon as the dealership gets it in the car lands in the shop I work at to be striped and repainted. Have you ever seen what a shopping cart can do to a Ferrari?$3,000-$7,000 in damage! Not to mention a 35 mph hop over a curb could do,$16,000. Oh and friend I am deeper south than you I live in Florida. Now for a Mopar, Hell you could not cause these damages or costs to a Mopar. Ohh did I mention 85% of the time a Ferrari is hit it is totaled?
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Jan 4, 2009
 
Good quality steel? they don't or shouldn't make them with steel because they have to be light to go fast it's not only the engine. Of course all the parts are expensive they have to be made and imported from Italy if you want something that's good. The reason you couldn't do that to a Mopar is because it's a huge block of steel oh wait it isn't even a car company it's a tuner company which adds more weight to the big blocks of steel that Chrysler, and Dodge make. A lot of the Ferrari's today are made out of carbon fiber not steel, how long will it take for the American car company's to catch up? Florida really isn't considered the south either it's North Carolina , South Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, etc. Most people from Florida are either 1) Yankees 2) Mexicans or 3) Cubans. I've been there nobody talks with a southern drawl and A lot of celebrity's have houses there too. But if you live on the border of Florida and Georgia or Alabama that is somewhat southern.. Do you need a geography lesson too?

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