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An often misunderstood "add-on" found on much of the late Rootes Group model lineup is the Chrysler Pentastar.
On more than one occasion, I have heard all manor of references claiming
beneath the skin.
   One gentleman (who will remain nameless) even swore on a stack of bibles he saw Chrysler's
318 V8,
 nestled in a Tiger's engine bay during his 1966 showroom visit.  Such "tall-tale-telling" is not uncommon in the
classic car world, so serious filtering should always be at the top of every enthusiasts
BUCKET  LIST.  No matter what
anyone says, the actual amount of visible Chrysler branding is minuscule.  Not surprising then, to find their recognizable
tattoo on the right front flank of the North American contingent.      

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