an observation about european cars vs the rest of the world....

Frederick Smith smitty at
Mon Sep 10 19:44:20 EDT 2001

Nope....I meant '77 to '89 (Plymouth Caravelle in Canada 1977-1981) and it
wasn't a "K" car, it was an "M" body. "F", "M" and "J" bodies were identical.
No clue as to why the different letter designations.

 "F" was the Volare,Road Runner,Aspen and Aspen R/T
 "M" was the Caravelle,Gran Fury, Diplomat, Le Baron NY'er and 5th Ave
 "J" was the Mirada, Cordoba (remember Ricardo Montalban??) and Imperial

Larry C Leung wrote:
> I'm guessing you meant 1982.... since it was a K-car derivative.
> LL - NY
> On Thu, 06 Sep 2001 20:52:26 -0400 Frederick Smith <smitty at>
> writes:
> >Actually there was a Plymouth Caravelle vehicle, 1972 to 1989 years at
> >least.
> >
> >Smitty

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