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Years ago...

Postby 1986Kar » Sat Feb 26, 2011 7:12 pm

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Re: Years ago...

Postby 88AriesLEwagon » Sat Feb 26, 2011 9:32 pm

Those who have never owned one,or in general...haters of Chrysler period,will never get it.....
Once they "lower" themselves to ownership,only then will they realize the space,driving,servicing,and operating efficiency these cars offer...

Cant make a believer without living proof.

The K-Convertible crowd knows it already,the drop top aspect brought them in,the driving smoothness,efficiency and big car feel keeps them.

Re: Years ago...

Postby 89ARIES » Sun Feb 27, 2011 1:22 am

Well, what bothers me is I never saw a non-convertible model like the K destroyed in such a rapid fashion. I got great joy driving Jonah's spartan 81 Reliant 4dr without rolldown windows. I mean, they are classy
no frills cars. Visibility is unlimited. You can add options. And everything is accessible. And my favorite convertible in the world is a K-car convertible. Courtesy of Mike Hennessey, he lent me his 1984 Dodge 600 Convertible for the K-car cruise while my Dad drove my K-car on our roadtrip where we had an army of 9 K-cars last summer driving down the PCH. Mike is a collector with 3 K-cars and just the nicest guy. He and
his friend Paul come to my events and they help plus up the numbers. I got sunburned above the visor, but man, I can see why everyone wants convertibles. Also, I have already lost count how many K-cars I have driven as I have literally driven seller's cars on testruns. Its the next best thing to being a collector. 8-)
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