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The Diplomat was sold from 1977 until 1989 and was a replacement for the Coronet, although it was actually sold as a Coronet in the Columbian market.
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This midsize car was nearly twins with the Chrysler LeBaron and after 1982 the Plymouth Gran Fury. The Diplomat name was also used by Dodge from 1950 until 1954 and on certain export DeSoto models. The 1977 version was based on the Aspen F body platform, although its platform was officially an M body, which was closely related. Although most common as a four door sedan, it was also available as a coupe and even a station wagon. The most common engine was a 225 cubic inch V6, although the 318 cubic inch V8 was very popular among police fleets. It was still used by many police departments after the model was discontinued, and was also a hit with taxi cab companies. It was replaced by the Monaco. You can still find Diplomats on the used car market, although you'll have to look very hard. There are usually several listed on eBay. As it shared a platform with many popular Chrysler family vehicles, there is an abundance of used parts available on the auction site.
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