Dodge Omni GLH
The ultimate Dodge Omni was the modified Omni GLH. The original name,
"Coyote", was rejected, and Carroll Shelby's choice, the initials GLH,
which stood for "Goes Like Hell", were taken instead. 1984 was the first
year of the GLH.
Dodge Daytona CS
There were changes for the 1986 Daytona. The middle "turbo" model was dropped, leaving just two models:
Base and turbo Z. Engine changes were
also made: A new 2.5 L 100 hp (75 kW) 4-cylinder engine was added for the
base model. A new t-roof package was added to the option list, but just
5,984 Daytona owners chose this option. The biggest addition was the
optional C/S (Competition Series). This consisted of 32 mm (1.3 in) front
and 28 mm (1.1 in) rear anti-sway bars, performance tuned struts, and speed
rated tires. This package would foreshadow the Daytona Shelbys of 1987 and
beyond. Only 7,704 owners added this handling package to their Daytonas.
Total production this year would be 44,366.
Dodge 600 ES Convertible
This was the car that Iacocca asked Bob Lutz to make. Something that could
compete with Mercedes. It had a lot of power for its day and even though
it was saddled with Chrysler's reputation for uneven quality the car's
attracted a loyal following.
Dodge K Aries
The Chrysler K car platform, including the Dodge Aries, helped to pull
Chrysler out of bankruptcy.