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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-18-2011, 11:23 PM Thread Starter
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Chryslers New Commercial's

I think the newer commercial's that Chrysler's been coming out with have been pretty sweet. Check out the newest one:


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That was great!
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i like it!
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post #4 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-18-2011, 11:42 PM
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They are sleek looking, but nothing beats that pre-60's design style.

Why can't we make modern cars that look like they're straight out of the 40/50's?
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They are sleek looking, but nothing beats that pre-60's design style.

Why can't we make modern cars that look like they're straight out of the 40/50's?
there afraid they might loose a couple MPGs lol
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kool commercial, but I'm not liking the new chrysler emblem, looks too much like the thunderbird!
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They are sleek looking, but nothing beats that pre-60's design style.

Why can't we make modern cars that look like they're straight out of the 40/50's?
wont meet safety regulations.


I love that commercial!!!!
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that's my new favorite commercial.
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wont meet safety regulations.


I love that commercial!!!!
Maybe if cars stop being less safe, people will quit drivin like morons.
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Maybe if cars stop being less safe, people will quit drivin like morons.
He makes a very good point.
During the dark ages of my life I was forced to drive a pontiac fiero and one day at a stop light I looked out the window at this huge car that was next to me, and then realized it was a chevette. It was then that I started wearing my seat belt.

So I can see how having a few cars that are built to crush other cars on the road could make people drive more safely.
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I like the Dodge commercial with George Washington driving the Challenger!
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I like the Dodge commercial with George Washington driving the Challenger!
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Maybe if cars stop being less safe, people will quit drivin like morons.
that is a good point.
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i looked out the window at this huge car that was next to me, and then realized it was a chevette. .
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Chrysler's really going with the patriotism theme. I like it. Challenger ad with Washington was clever and hilarious, while the Grand Cherokee commercial and this one are both brilliant. Chrysler's going places.
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