I can not find one reason why in Australia the following cars were produced and sold as they were?
Spotted anything strange yet?
All of these cars were sold in the USA as Plymouth Fury models!
In Australia they were Dodge Phoenix!
Looks like only 4 door sedans and hardtops, no 2 doors
Why didn't they just use the Dodge bodies? Why make new parts when a Dodge existed?
The best I can tell tell Dodges were Dodges up until 1965 when the Plymouth Body was re badged a Dodge until 1971, but it seems to have been the end of the line as no 1972 "C" body as we call em existed down under?
Ah yes the Australian UTE short for Utility, we may call em El Camino or Ranchero here, maybe a pick up
A 1968 Dodge Phoenix UTE
Stop drooling it is a custom build
In South Africa Chrysler 383
Oddly enough these were Dodge Polara or Monaco models
Simply called a Chrysler 383, was that the only engine choice?
From 1951-1960 Chrysler sold the Dodge Regent and Dodge Mayfair and these wers basically low cost Plymouth's, but had Dodge nose/grille assemblies
What appears to be a few Dodge light duty trucks are actually Fargo's
My favorite is probably the Desoto trucks yes still around today, Desoto was one of the original long gone Chrysler Marques