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Plymouth wanted a greater piece of the pie in 1966. Plymouth had observed the success that Ford was having with the LTD, Chevrolet with the Caprice, and even AMC with the the Ambassador DPL. So, Plymouth created the VIP (Very … Continue reading
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Seeing the rising popularity of smaller luxury imports from Europe, General Motors and Cadillac decided to launch their version of the smaller luxury car, the Cadillac Seville. Mercedes-Benz and BMW were gaining traction in the American car market in the … Continue reading
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The Chrysler Imperial is Dead, The Imperial Lives!, The Imperial is Dead. Chrysler Corporation cannot seem to make its mind up on the up on the Imperial. Chrysler first began using the Imperial name in 1926 as a top-of-the-line Chrysler. … Continue reading