The pride is back! Just ask Lee Iacocca! Featuring Lite-Brite-style graphics and Reagan-era patriotic fervor, this ad captures both the optimism of Chrysler's rebirth and the gloom of the still-fresh-in-memory Malaise Era that nearly doomed the company. The Sundance, sibling to the Dodge Shadow and based on the P-body variant of the jack-of-all-trades K platform, could be had with the base 96-horse 2.2 four, but the smart buyers plunked down the extra $815 for the 146 horses of the turbo 2.2. Actually, the really smart Mopar buyers in '87 went straight to Mr. Shelby for the Omni GLH-S!

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