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Chrysler Conquest Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Chrysler Conquest Brakes
Chrysler Conquest Charging and Staring Systems
Chrysler Conquest Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Chrysler Conquest Cooling System
Chrysler Conquest Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Chrysler Conquest Emission System
Chrysler Conquest Engines & Components
Chrysler Conquest Exhaust
Chrysler Conquest Exterior
Chrysler Conquest Filters
Chrysler Conquest Gaskets
Chrysler Conquest Gauges
Chrysler Conquest Glass
Chrysler Conquest Ignition System
Chrysler Conquest Interior
Chrysler Conquest Lighting & Lamps
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Chrysler Conquest Safety & Security
Chrysler Conquest Suspension & Steering
Chrysler Conquest Transmission & Drivetrain
Chrysler Conquest Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Chrysler Conquest Wheels and Tires
Chrysler Conquest Other Parts

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The Conquest was sold in the United States from 1983 until 1989. It was sold under the Plymouth, Dodge, and Chrysler brand names, and was also sold as a Mitsubishi Starion.
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The Conquest was a unique and cool car. It only came as a 3 door hatchback, but unlike other hatchbacks of the time, it was a true sports car. The engine was a turbocharged 4 cylinder with rear wheel drive. It competed in the sports car market with the Mazda RX-7, Porsche 944, Nissan 280ZX, and Toyota Supra. The Conquest (under the Starion name) was very successful on the race track, but never appealed to a broad group of consumers. The 2.6 L G54B engine had a single camshaft head (SOHC) and throttle body fuel injection. The Chrysler model was sold as a Conquest TSi to indicate that it was a turbocharged vehicle. It was actually only sold as a Chrysler for 1987 1988 and 1989, and other the Dodge and Plymouth brands the other years. Many consider the Dodge Stealth to be a replacement of the Conquest, although they had very different body types. If you are looking to buy a used Conquest or twin car, I suggest you scan you local classifieds, although your chances of finding one are low. Your best chances are looking on eBay, where you might also be able to find parts, if you are lucky.
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