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Dodge Dart

The Dodge Dart was one of the most successful compact cars ever introduced in the American automobile marketplace. The Dart line was offered in three trim levels: the basic Seneca, mid-range Pioneer, and premium Phoenix.
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Dodge Polara

As a part of Virgil Exner 'Forward Look' design Dodge Polara first appeared in 1960. With the jet influenced tail lights, futuristic looking tail-fins, extensive use of chrome Polara was supposed to take over the market.

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Oldsmobile 88

It is a little known fact that a car inspired "Rocket 88", one of the first rock and roll records. Rocket 88 was the popular nickname for Oldsmobile 88, which adopted the rocket as its logo.
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Oldsmobile Jetfire

On April 20, 1962 Oldsmobile introduced the Jetfire, a car powered by a turbo-boosted edition of the 215-cid V8 engine good for 215 bhp at 4600 rpm and 300 pound-feet of torque at 3200 revs.

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Oldsmobile Starfire

A sport luxury car Oldsmobile Starfire was produced from 1954 to 1966 for the American market. Represented as the ultimate in motor car sophistication and glamour, Oldsmobile intended to dominate the competition.
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Chevrolet Impala

Known as one of the most historic American muscle cars, Chevrolet Impala has set the standard in comfort and value over several decades. Named after the mid-size South African antelope, Impala popularity among buyers varied over time.
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