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If you feel like stumping your friends with a
trivial car-trivia question, try this one: What car model was sold in the United States with badging from
? They’ll tell you it’s the
, which was
outside of the USA, and you’ll point out the “in the United States” qualification and feel smug in your superior automotive knowledge. The correct answer is, of course, the
, which was a rebadged
. Here’s a Chrysler Conquest TSi, found in a Denver-area self-service wrecking yard.
The TSi was the factory-hot-rod version of the Conquest, with intercooling for its 2.6-liter
Astron four-cylinder engine and 176 horsepower— pretty serious for 1987.
For 1984 through 1986, the Conquest could be had with either Dodge or Plymouth branding; the 1987-1989 Conquests are all Chryslers.
This one is rough, though the odometer shows that it never even reached 150,000 miles.
Here’s a Grateful Dead sticker, presumably bought on
at some point before Jerry Garcia’s death in 1995.
, so much so that the Starion/Conquest came with seat belts emblazoned with the sacred word.
, but the Chrysler Conquest is the rarest version these days.
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