Chrysler Firepower - Dream Cars

Chrysler Firepower - Dream Cars Model: Chrysler Firepower Displacement cu in (cc): 370 (6059) Power bhp (kW) at RPM: 425(318) 6200 Max Torque Speed Nm: 569 Redline at RPM: 6400 Top Speed mph (km/h): 175 (282) 0 -- 62.1 mph: 4.5''

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