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I Love It, And My Family Makes Fun Of Me For It. — Performance, Surprisingly peppy for a 318. stops well and handles as expected for a 70's car Build Quality, Fit and finish is good, no abnormal noises or vibrations, the doors shut like a vault door. Appearance, the appearance is quircky its a real love it or hate it look. The gas mileage isn't as bad as it could be, its mid teens to low 20's even without overdrive, its cheap to maintain and performance parts are plentiful. Its also fun to drive and makes me feel like I stepped out of the 70's.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Cheap musclecar without the musclecar looks

Cons: Gas mileage, iffy looks

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My Cordoba — I came with a 6.6 litre / 400 c.i.d. engine. Too much engine for single exhaust. It had the crown roof trim that would glow when the headlights were turned on. Loved the medallion hood ornament it had with the attractive chrome grill and single headlight set up.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great personal luxury care, long hood, short trunk.

Cons: Small and shallow trunk

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1977 Chrysler Cordoba — Love the body lines and the prismitique paint job. Love that I did all the work myself and my dad painted it. I like teh 15 inch Keystone Klassics and having the 10 inch meats on teh back. It turns a lot of heads even though it is a Cordoba.

Pros: Was my daily driver and school car.

Cons: Low on Performance, Starting to rust out because of all teh Kansas salt roads.

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1983 Chrysler Cordoba Reviews

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1982 Chrysler Cordoba Reviews

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1979 Chrysler Cordoba Reviews

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It Was Stylish Yet Underpowered By crashmcshea

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Excellent Car, Especially As A Second "just For Fun" Ride By Kellan

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