I've always loved these convertibles and picked one up a 92 cheap in 2005 for my daughter to destroy while learning to drive. She didn't like it and it sat for a year at the side of the house.
I started driving it instead of my V10 3/4 ton to save fuel on non truck runs. And it was fun!
Junk yards abound with these and other models with common parts. I've spent idle time picking out better parts from wrecks and have basically rebuilt this car. This car is simple to work on and improve. Nobody pimps these cars out. So I am! 1 inch lowering kit, fresh stock paint, upgraded chrome, interior swap from other similar year Chrysler models, Chev Z24 16 inch rims. 225,000kms and going strong!
Very simple to work on, parts arent to expenisive compared to other more expensive convertibles, looks just as good as a new bmw convertible, not very expensive to own or buy, little bit of muscle, not to bad on gas, reliable, not the best car for long trips due to not enough back seat leg room still bigger than most in its class
This has been a great car, heavy and sturdy, can stand outside of the car and turn the car on even starts up with no problem after months in winter storage. The car has power, my daughter raced it against a Mustang and won. This car is easy to take care of regarding maintenance, and is easy on gas usage which is very nice. The only thing that I wish it had was a drink holder. After all these years it runs great, looks great and we still have a blast driving around with the top down, that is the only way to go.
I Drive this and my 1991 Honda Accord and my wife's 2003 Infini G35. The G35 and Accord and my father's Taurus all ride better because this car rides avragely with only 59,000 miles on it. This car has wonderful looks and the best cd player. The ride is not to brag about. The Pickup is not the G35 but it is better then my father's Taurus yet it isn't the "91 Accord. 1992 was my lucky year, a son, Clinton elected, and a Chrysler.