ronh at owt.com
Sat Jan 17 21:24:29 EST 2015
I don't know why anyone would buy a new Chrysler product. A friend has an
'04 Durango and found that all of the V8's are regularly blowing their
engines and Chrysler is ignoring it and denies that there's any problem.
From: Marc Marcoulides via VirtualVairs
Sent: Saturday, January 17, 2015 6:05 PM
To: Sethracer at aol.com ; xramzl1 at yahoo.com ; jbailey at daytonwa.net
Cc: virtualvairs at corvair.org
Subject: Re: Aspen/Volare
Here's my story: I went to look at them when they first hit the Chrysler
Plymouth dealer, right on the front row was a Volare coupe that was marked:
Aspen on the pillar
>In a message dated 1/17/2015 3:37:34 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
>virtualvairs at corvair.org writes:
>I remember around 1976 or so , my neighbor brought home a new brown
>Volare' that he had custom ordered ,
>it arrived with one purple front fender , delivered from the Factory that
>way. The dealer had to repainted it to match for him.
>He really hated that car.
>> Around 1978 or 1979 I worked with a guy who ordered a brand new Dodge
>> Aspen. One side had Dodge Aspen trim and the other side of the car had
>> Plymouth Volare' trim! This made me wonder about the quality control of
>> Mopar products. I stuck with the 4 speed 110 hp '65 Monza convertible I
>> had at the time. I sure miss that car.
>> John B.
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