Chrysler

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In 1955, Chrysler built a car that was considered one of the first muscle cars. It was called the C-300 because its 331 cu. in. hemi engine developed a true 300HP.  It was the first American car to d
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European cars have always been small and fuel efficient.  This is because in Europe gasoline has been expensive to purchase for decades. If this wasn’t cause enough, in the mid-1970s, the crisis in
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It all started with the ice cream cart.  At the turn of the century, vendors in major cities sold ice cream out of ice-filled push carts to customers in ceramic dishes.  After the customer finished
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Many automobile car doors these days are hinged in the front, and you either push or pull the door forward to open or close it. Doors provide a secure way for their driver and passengers to enter and
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The Check Engine Light (CEL) in your car comes on when your car’s CPU senses that something is wrong.  When it illuminates, the repair technicians at Earnhardt of Gilbert, a top Chrysler, Dodge, Je
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Leather seats are great.  They are attractive to look at and very comfortable to sit on.  The main advantage of leather is that when the weather is hot, the seats absorb perspiration whereas vinyl s
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If you have ever sold a used car then you know it’s a challenge to get it ready for sale.  As you probably know, there are lots of things that you can do to make a used car more valuable but some f
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Whenever you consider a new car, the dealer usually has a number of options for you to consider. Some of these are nice to have and can help lengthen the lifespan of your vehicle. Even though it adds
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2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition
Just like Dr. Emmett Brown said in the first Back to the Future movie; “Roads? Where we’re going we don’t need roads.” If you are an avid four wheel enthusiast, you don’t need roads either.
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Back in the 1980s, Chrysler was the only one of the big three American automakers that did not have a diesel engine in their model lineup. In 1978, General Motors offered a 350 Diesel in their Oldsmob
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