The Dictator really looks like something that Benito Mussolini would have been seen cruising around in during the 1930s, but his version would have been called the Director since the Dictator name was only used in the US market. Apparently, the European market was deemed to be more sensitive to the negative connotations of authoritarian rule.
One of the cooler features on the Dictator was a thermometer located on the driver's side view mirror, so that you could tell how miserable it was for your subjects who were required to show up and cheer for you whenever you drove around.
Inside, the Dictator has a sweet AM clock radio so you could tune into the local Hanoi Hannah propaganda broadcast...errr...looks like we might have been mistaken - that is a gauge cluster. The speedometer goes up to an optimistic 100 mph, which will be difficult to reach with the 70 horsepower inline-8 (or lower powered inline-6) even if Pol Pot was threatening your entire family with death if you didn't get him to his manicure on time.
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