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    FACT! During the Second World War, Dodge produced heavy jeeps and aircraft engines. One of these Dodge WC (Weapon Carrier) jeeps was delivered to the USSR, where he was nicknamed the 750-kg "Dodge Three-Quarters" load capacity. In total, more than 25,000 such cars were delivered to the Lend-Lease in the USSR, where they acquired the glory of an indestructible car.

    The '89 Daytona Shelby boasted turbocharged horsepower, Shelby badging everywhere, and plenty of lates style.

    A trip computer and digital dash display are optional in the Shelby. I also need a switch that controls the windshield wipers. Visually, IROC models differed from lesser models, having a ground effects kit and alloy wheels, among other differences. The Laser name was silently terminated after the first half of model year, then resurrected for the model year as the Plymouth Laser , built by Diamond Star Motors , a joint venture between Chrysler and Mitsubishi.

    Junkyard Gem: Dodge Daytona Shelby - Autoblog

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    It only takes a few seconds. In addition to leading Chrysler back to profitability after the federal bailout of by betting heavily, and successfully, on the new K Platform , Lee Iacocca also managed to sign up Carroll Shelby to help design a bunch of factory-hot-rod Chryslers. Starting in the model year, a series of cars based on the K family and the Chrysler Europe-derived Omnirizon platform got the Shelby treatment.

    Here's a well-preserved example of one of the later Shelby Daytona s, spotted in a Phoenix self-service wrecking yard last month. These cars were quick, by the standards of their time, with horsepower from the Turbo II 2. Of course, the had rear-wheel-drive, while the Daytona's engine drove the front wheels. This one has hood decals indicating that the engine has the Variable Nozzle Technology setup, which is interesting because the VNT-equipped Turbo IV engine wasn't used in Shelby Daytonas until the model year.

    This car's VIN shows that it's a model for sure, so perhaps it got wrecked and had the hood replaced by one from a car. Any of you Shelby Chrysler experts, please let us know what you think might have happened here. These cars scored pretty high on the Detroit Badass-O-Meter back in , and here's a solid, rust-free Arizona one about to get crushed. Even when it's standing still, it'll blow you away. Here's to you, America! We notice you're using an ad blocker. Please consider whitelisting Autoblog.

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