Open up and say "ahhh" to the rich Mark Cross leather interior conveniently covered in faux sheep skin to match the faux wood. And if the dash rug isn't enough for ya, the lovely pig pink steering wheel wrap ought to induce some gut wrenching. Truth be told, all of this has likely helped preserve a car that was never designed to last beyond a decade...alone 3 decades.
If there is one thing I have learned about the car business, it is that there is a potential buyer out there for every car offered for sale. Someway, somehow, this car will eventually end up with a new owner...for the right price. For $4500 buckskins, my mind would wander far from a car that purportedly saved Chrysler from the brink.
Through grinding gears and death grips on arm rests, Glenn is currently wading into new territory teaching the eldest of his offspring to drive an obscure car with a manual transmission.