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Intrepidation

Flint: Chrysler's In Play

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FAPTurbo    1,078

I find it funny that Bill Gates is mentioned because just yesterday I was joking around about Microsoft Vehicles. :P

Gates DID say that if cars were like computers, they'd be like $25 and get 1,000 miles to the gallon. Here's his chance. :rolleyes:

Oh, and Flint is still a butt-burglar.

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Paolino    99

Ugh.

They call the new Sebring part of their recovery plan. Chrysler is doomed.

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balthazar    1,876

Posted Image

Man emerges from Porta-John, majorly confused and slightly annoyed there was no toilet paper and he had to use his hands, the smudges from which made up most of his next written submission to his editor.

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MyerShift    7

Very good and very true article.

Why was Chrysler doing better than Daimler in the 1990's? Lots of reasons, but I humorous statement goes as:

All Hail the Five Pointed Star. Five is ALWAYS Greater Than Three. Duh!!

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regfootball    234

this is what happens when you abandon cab forward and move towards blocky non mainstream designs

they bet the whole farm on the LX cars and neglected the rest of the lineup.

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Intrepidation    846

this is what happens when you abandon cab forward and move towards blocky non mainstream designs

they bet the whole farm on the LX cars and neglected the rest of the lineup.

It's not that they bet the farm on the LX cars, but either they weren't getting the funds quickly enough to speed development of the NG other models, or the wankers in Germany didn't see a need to let them.

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