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

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1957 Chrysler Saratoga - Classic Car Pictures
The Saratoga model name has been used on Chrysler cars on and off since 1939. The last one was made in 1992. They have all been full size cars in the lineup.
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The Saratoga started out in 1939 as the lowest priced full size 8 cylinder car made by Chrysler. It was one of the first vehicles to get the famed Hemi V8 engine in the early 1950's, which increased performance numbers tremendously. It took a 4 year break in 1953 and returned in 1957 as a version of the Windsor. These models only lasted until 1960. The most modern versions of this car were made from 1989 until 1992. It was a rebadged Dodge Spirit small to midsize car, and it was made for the European market. In the United States, you can still find some of the older Saratoga models on the classic car market. Your best bet is to look on eBay, where you can get fantastic deals. As a general tip, I tell people eBay is a good place to buy a car if it is $1,000 or more less than market price, to make up for shipping or picking up expenses. I've found that most Saratogas listed on the auction site meet that $1,000 criteria.
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