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  • Awful Cars, Awful Ads: The 1985 Plymouth Reliant/ Dodge Aries

    http://www.bangshift.com/blog/Awful-...dge-Aries.html

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    Re: Awful Cars, Awful Ads: The 1985 Plymouth Reliant/ Dodge Aries

    there are tons of those cars still on the roads here in the midwest.

    And they had turbo versions - with a badass little Holley TBI that can be used on all sorts of EFI conversions.

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      Re: Awful Cars, Awful Ads: The 1985 Plymouth Reliant/ Dodge Aries

      Now those are commanding commercials. I thought RoboCop was going to bust through the logo at the end :o
      Escaped on a technicality.

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        Re: Awful Cars, Awful Ads: The 1985 Plymouth Reliant/ Dodge Aries

        A Super K?! Are you kidding me? What did you get, like 4 more hp? I like how they claim they improved the aero on their shoe boxes.
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        • #5
          Re: Awful Cars, Awful Ads: The 1985 Plymouth Reliant/ Dodge Aries

          Ok, my folks owned a couple of K-platform cars and overall, they were very good people movers.

          One was an 1984 Chrysler LeBaron - This one used the 100hp 2.6L Mitsubishi 4 banger. It was a punchy little motor that could sucker punch a 4cy Camaro/Firebird of the same era. DAMHIK ;) My folks owned this car for 9 or 10 years and it was in the shop a grand total of 1 time. Just regular maintenance is all it required.

          The other was a 1987 New Yorker 2.2L Turbo. Cushy car with more motor than chassis, but could obliterate a similar year Caddy in a drag race... over and over and over.. (again DAMHIK) ;D This car was in the shop a grand total of 2 times, although my dad and I replaced the power antennae once. They owned it for 6 years and traded it in on a 1992 Cougar.
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