The “new” Chrysler Corp. was feeling its oats in the mid ’90s. That confidence shows in the daring “cab-forward” LH cars, particularly the flagship Chrysler LHS. It was an incredibly forward-thinking luxury sedan, yet for all its advancements it retained a feeling of traditionalism without being retro. The New York Times said “They are front-wheel-drive sedans, fast and vast, with huge trunks, and they are today’s incarnation of the old Detroit iron — but immensely better.” Indeed, The Times was so fulsome in its praise that the price for Chrysler stock skyrocketed.

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