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Junkyard Gem: 1983 Chrysler LeBaron Mark Cross Town & Country Convertible

Mark Cross leather on the seats, Mitsubishi Astron power under the hood.

Junkyard Gem: 1989 Chrysler TC by Maserati

The Italian Chrysler LeBaron, rival to the Cadillac Allanté

Junkyard Gem: 1988 Dodge Aries LE Sedan

One of the last of Lee Iacocca's Chrysler-saving K-Cars.

A Chrysler LeBaron Town & Country with 12,000 miles is up for auction

No trees were harmed in the making of this rare K-car

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Junkyard Gem: 1985 Dodge 600 ES Turbo convertible

Dodge's sporty turbocharged convertible for 1985, now thrown away in Phoenix.

Live Reveal: Iacocca 45th Anniversary Edition Ford Mustang

Last night, Lee Iacocca himself drew back the curtain hiding his 45th Anniversary Edition Ford Mustang. The pictures don't lie: this silver beast is every bit as menacing and low in the flesh as it it appears on screen.

Where is he now? Lee Iacocca rolls the dice in Nevada

It's been a while since we mentioned Lee Iacocca. But he is in the news once again and we feel obliged to pass along the latest chapter in this automotive icon's professional life. While one of his former employers was busy announcing a record $12 billion loss, Lee was meeting with the Nevada Gaming Commission (NGC). It seems Lido is gettin

Flop of 2006: Chrysler dealers cry all the way to the sales bank

So what would you consider the biggest automotive flop of 2006? The Chrysler Sebring? McDonald's Hummer Happy Meals? Schumacher leaving F1 without a ring for every finger? Well, Automotive News thinks it was Chrysler's refusal to face the music and scale back production. Even when faced with a huge loss and plummeting demand for SUVs and trucks.

Iacocca to pen new book, address auto industry

Retired Chrysler chairman (and Snoop Dogg homey) Lee Iacocca will be releasing a book in approximately one year, tentatively titled "Where Have All the Leaders Gone?". It's said to cover several topics, among them the state of the American auto industry and the threat that the US manufacturing economy faces from China and India.