Here’s a mixed load: in addition to a variety of Dodge/Plymouth branded Mitsubishis, there’s a Jag hiding in there. And there’s no less than two Plymouth/Dodge Colt Wagons, rebadged Mitsubishi Space Runners.
That Stealth R/T was one of my childhood dream cars, just a slightly reskinned 3000GT VR4 on paper but the changes make all the difference
I agree. I always loved how those first Stealth R/Ts looked.
Most people seem to prefer the Stealth over the 3000GT. Did the Stealth get all the same high tech goodies? Never got a Spyder variant…
I see the first is definitely a Plymouth Colt Vista, but the white model further back could be either. And the silver Colt hatchback has no passenger-side mirror–we weren’t quite to the point where that was standard equipment on all cars.
Ditto on the Stealth. The body appears more refined to me than its brothers from other mothers at that time. I despise wings on cars unless actuated/ integrated/ hidden. Somehow the Stealths rear boomerangwing doesn’t bug me. I’m not sure if this green one pulled from Google Images is stock but I dig it.
Many Mitsubishis, but just one bits-are-missing?
Alternatively, of the eight Mitsubishis photographed, four are still running today, but the Jag has been the metal in the fridge in your kitchen for many years now.
May Jaguar rest peacefully.
When you think about it, they made a series of (arguably) the world’s most beautiful cars, but that was only 1948 to 1968, and they didn’t sell in huge numbers. (The Series 2 and 3 XJ’s were really just re-works of the original).
Just 20 golden years, now a very long time ago, never recaptured since.
And which will never return.
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