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|This is the second 1979 Dodge Diplomat my family owned. Farley is the third of three in all that we purchased from the State of Washington. My father also needed some trucks, he bought all three vehicles pictured here on the same day. His wife cooked/welded a front wheel bearing a few years later, and the car never felt the same again. It pays to stop your car when you hear a grinding noise, eh?|
|This is Eric Toll's 1988 Dodge Diplomat
Police Package. Click the Registration link below for more
about this car.
|This Diplomat won two awards at the Worldwide
Slant 6 Junkyard Fiesta hosted by the Southern Virginia Chapter of the
Slant 6 Club of America. The caption says it's a 1986, but the
picture makes it clear that it can't be newer than a 1979 model.
It won the award for highest mileage (225,904) and best "M"
From Tail Fins Slant Six Home Page
|The owner of this 1979 Diplomat is trying to
make a strong Pro-Life statement by plastering Pro-Life bumper stickers
all over the car (I think this is great), and is asking the general public
for help in doing so. Click the link below the image to find out how
to help or see more images of the car. As far as the car goes, it is
interesting that the headlights are in the LeBaron configuration, but the
"Diplomat" plate is clearly visible in the photos. It
seems by the different color of the fairing and LeBaron "Eagle"
on the turn lights that the front end was replaced from a Chrysler
From Most Pro-Life Car in USA
|I found this 1985 Dodge Diplomat Salon in a want-ad online, only 25,000 miles on it at the time. When viewed at full size, you'll agree that this Diplomat is in extremely good condition.|
Editor’s note: I had to remove links to ten dead sites from this list.