While 1976 had America churning out Dodge Dart Lites and Plymouth Feather Dusters complete with bicentenial red-white-and-blue vinyl interiors, Mitsubishi unleashed a Lancer variant known as the Celeste. We mention the Dart and Duster because the compact rear-drive Celeste was also sold here in the States as a Plymouth Arrow, and if you wanted to get sporty - the Fire Arrow. Out of the hundreds of thousands of videos of kittens playing Yahtzee, parrots serving pizza, and old Charlie the Tuna commercials on YouTube, there are precisely two that have anything to do with a Mitsubishi Celeste. Here is the clearer one.
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