1988 Eagle Premier Dealer Promo Comparison Commercial
A Dealer Comparison video aid for New Eagle Dealers. This car was the
platform used by Chrysler to create the LH series of cars. Please note
that the vehicles used in this product sport the Renault Diamond Emblem.
These cars were produced while Chrysler was aquiring AMC from Renault in
the Summer/Fall of 1987. I personally recall seeing my first Premier at
the Chrysler Zone Office in Natick Massachusetts. At that time, it did
have a Renault Emblem. This car later was used at the Boston Auto Show and
had had the the Diamond Emblem removed and the new Eagle Emblem in it's
"The Eagle Test Drive" featuring the 1996 Eagle Vision and Talon
Michael Brockman of Motor Trend fame explains how you the car shopper can
inspect and test drive a new car. Surprisingly it's not really about
plugging Eagle's cars, but rather what you should check for and test when
looking at new cars. Of course, all the things he mentions a good new car
should do and have are all things his Eagle Vision test car has and does...
Dodge Intrepid, Eagle Vision and Chrysler Concorde running footage and features
This is a narrated dealer video showing some of the major features of the
1995 Dodge Intrepid, Eagle Vision and Chrysler Concorde. Three of the cab
forward LH sedans from the 1990s. This is when Chrysler Corporation
actually made innovative, competitive FWD cars.
I do not claim any ownership over the copyrights to this video. It was
recorded off the TV around 1995 and I have not seen it anywhere since, so I
thought I would share it with the world. This video has not been monetized
and therefore I am not earning revenue from it.
Project Screaming Eagle
Photos of the ground work I've laid with my '98 Eagle Talon mods. It is
still the stock T25 turbo and 4g63.
It's a start.
This is not a brag post or these charts wouldn't be up here. lol
First Dyno chart the
FPR was not seeing Boost reference,
second chart I was running lower octane, lower Boost and the car was WAY rich and pulled
timing. This is on a Dyno Dynamics which reads lower
than most people are used to seeing and is at the Wheels not at the Motor.
Thanks for checking this out.