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Dodge to Show Panel Nitro Workup at SEMA

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Panel van, sedan delivery, cruising wagon, whatever you call a squareback without windows, Dodge's Nitro Panel Wagon prototype — which it plans to show at SEMA — is squarely in that category. Once mainly the province of flower shops, bakeries and grocery slingers, the windowless utility car gained popularity in the custom-crazee 1970s as a cheap nookie den for the vanless. Now, the Mopar gang is planning to show up Chevrolet's HHR Panel Van in style, if not production. One question: Where's the porthole window?

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[via Autoblog]

Related:
Chevrolet Unveils HHR Panel Van in Miami [internal]

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Ok Chrysler. Be smart. Build this damn thing! Dont pull a Part Time Cruiser Panel Van and just haul the thing around the country, get peoples hopes up and crush their hopes by saying you wont build it.

This thing would kill the HHR. Now, supercharge the new 4.0, give it a manual and sell it for a decent price.