We see the occasional Colt hatchback in this series— say, this ’84 Plymouth Colt Turbo or this ’88 Dodge Colt hatchback— but the Colt sedan is stop-the-presses rare by Junkyard Find standards. Chrysler called this car the Premier, and it’s full of unusual-for-a-badge-engineered-econobox options.
Of course, we can’t talk about the Colt without watching this Redd Foxx Colt .45 ad, featuring a much earlier version of the car.
Just over 155,000 miles on the clock.
This seat seems to have manual adjustment controls, so what’s the joystick for?
Nine-band equalizers were considered essential to a quality cassette experience in the late 1980s.