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|The RV company that made this model named the conversion style "Diplomat", and this one happened to be built on a Dodge Ram Van platform. So there you go, a 1979 "Dodge Diplomat". This one came from an online advertisement, I run into these "Diplomats" from time to time when roving around in search of images.|
|This 1991 car from Vauxhall Carlton is called
a Diplomat. No connection at all with our beloved "M"
body, but still can claim the Diplomat name.
|This is 1934 Adler Diplomat (produced
apparently in Germany). The information on this car is sketchy, but
it appears that this car was produced during the early 1930's into maybe
From Oldtimer Gallery
|According to the source of these images, Opel
produced their own Diplomat to go head to head with Mercedes and BMW.
This Chevrolet-related line was around for quite a while, but only in
From Big Opels Club - Netherlands
|Although this car was badged as
"Rambler" Nash had originally planned to call it
"Diplomat", but Dodge had already started using that name as a
trim level description on some of its other cars of the era (i.e.. DeSoto
Diplomat, Coronet Diplomat, etc).
From The Nash Collectors
|You always wanted a powerful diesel plant in
your Diplomat, right? . . . for all those trailer-hauling, stump-pulling
type jobs. Well, here you go. This diesel-powered Diplomat (by
Monaco instead of Dodge) comes with restroom, kitchen and sleeping accommodations.
Up to 38' in length, there's lots of room to bring your friends along, but
don't expect those bozos on the highway to mistake you for a squad.
From Sonny's Camp and Travel
|A 1985 Dodge Van in Diplomat trim.|