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Discussion in 'Community' started by iGav, Dec 22, 2003.
I know what it is.... do you??
Looks like a Chrysler Product.
With a shape like that you'd almost guess a 300 replacement.
I saw an image of the shooting brake version about 4 months ago... well all I can guess is that it'll appeal to someone out there!!
Actually, it looks more like the current LHS. But it might be the Bentley; I think it's VW who bought Bentley and is reviving the brand. (sigh) Cars are becoming all the same these days. There's little point in spending $250,000 on a Maybach, it looks like a loaded Crown Victoria and isn't functionally much better.
heh.. I didn't know so I checked the domain.
Interactive Communication Group
1000 Chrysler Drive, CIMS 485-04-76
Auburn Hills, MI 48326 US
Fax..: 248 512 1835
ok, not that hard to figure out....
do a who is on the website and you get
Doesn't matter if it's a Chrysler 300 or LHS, a RWD vehicle offered in a plain fleet version will eat into Ford fleet sales big time -- and find it's way quickly into police forces, especially if it has more torque and hp than the Crown Vic.
Of course it'll probably take that to get Ford to finally bring out a 5.4L and/or supercharged Crown Vic/Marauder onto the market.
Beat you to it!
that's cheating Mr D and Cr2sh... *raps knuckles with wooden ruler*
wasn't the Yank PD's fav cop car the Chevy Lumina?? then Chevy changed that to FWD and the fuzz shifted over to the RWD Crown Vic??
Something like that, and Chevy has been trying to offer the current FWD vehicle as an alternative -- but problems remain with durability.
And PDs don't like that Ford has dragged their feet on the rear end collision problem, and offering alternatives for the discontinued fleet interceptor Mustang (ie, where's the darn fast Vic they were promised -- the Marauder wasn't it). And the fleet Mustang died a long time ago.
Expect Chrysler to start offering a fleet RWD soon as the low-end RWD vehicle hits the market.
Haven't been following Chrysler/Dodge, so I don't know which vehicle that'll be.
But a 5.7L V-8 hemi in a RWD LHS type car will definitely make some PDs switch from Crown Vics.
So there's a good chance of seeing flashy red/blue lights on a Chrysler soon.
Must have been by just seconds...
iGav: not cheating, just doing the obvious checking. If they were that concerned about making it a true mystery car, then they need to cover their tracks a little bit better.
Mr D... you said the 'W' word that's very British of you...
well, its a good word to use once in a while - and its not on the *list*
man, i was way off base... i guessed an AMC Gremlin on monster tires. of course, that's my fantasy car and my stock response to any car model question, but i really thought maybe today was the day...
We had a gremlin. It was the buff bucket for years, and then the rust bucket before it got smushed in an accident
Chrysler is an easy guess there. Look at the frontend styling, then at that grill. The only space unviewable is the top of the grill, where that narrow logo will fit nicely. I wonder if they actually thought anyone would be stumped?
I like the way they've added to their guess list...
because obviously... it could be any one of those....
What gave it away for me the front grille, and their advertizement of the Hemi engine. The Hemi engine really narrowed the field, and that sure ain't no Dodge!
I thought it was a Mercedes!! [/sarcasm]
Is there any doubt that it's a companion to the Chrysler Crossfire? Maybe it's a C-series Mercedes underneath it all.
Power, style, & elegance, describes a Chrysler. It looks very European in styling. Kind of has the look of a Rolls Royce.
I saw that car in person, at the San Francisco auto show a few weeks back. Very attractive car. I hope it does well.
go to the middle of the page and look at the car:
320M sounds better than 300C. "C" students are so, average. I'd name it 8MG, for eight miles per gallon. When are we going to learn?