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Spotted in China: Plymouth Sundance

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A surprising find on da streets of Beijing. This is a Plymouth Sundance sedan, made from 1987 until 1994 in the United States and Mexico, where it was known as the Chrysler Shadow. There was also a Dodge-badged variant in the US which was called the Dodge Shadow. The Plymouth Sundance was never exported to China so how it ended up in Beijing is a mystery.

Spotted in China: Plymouth Sundance

The vehicle seemed in fine condition. Paint still fresh, no rust or dirt. The owner must love his dance! The Sundance was available with 2.2 and 2.5 liter K-engines or with a Mitsubishi sourced 3.0 V6. Power went to the front wheels. I didn’t see any engine badge on this white Sundance so what sits under the bonnet is a mystery as well. Anywayz, a great little car and a very special one for Beijing.

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  1. That one is a 1990 or later, and doesn’t have the deluxe trim that would indicate the turbo or V6. That probably means the 2.2 or 2.5, each of which was 100ish HP. Non-factory alloys.


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