16 Sep 2010, 06:25 pm
Re: What does the "PT" in PT Cruiser was standing for?
Ah Wikipedia to know all! many thanks for the links. After driving the Mazdaspeed mine friends call it the PT Loser yet who cares. I choose it and plan to keep it for a lengthy time.
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Chrysler initially figured out the cruiser together "Platform tall" since it was based on the Neon chassis and the PT body was quite a little bit taller. With time it has come to be "Personal Transport". Platform tall just doesn"t have the ring come it that world want come hear.
To heck through what it "really" stand for... What perform you desire IT to was standing for?For me, it way "Pretty Tempting."
The one the I favor is PLymouth Truck. Due to the fact that it was originally a plymouth and also designed to look prefer a hot rodded 40 dashboard truck. Climate the pinheads in Germany decided they walk not desire the Plymouth brand...so that bgecame the Chrysler PT Cruiser
Considering the number of us "seasoned" owners, I deserve to only assume it means "Passing Through".
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I think it depends on your mood in ~ the time. At time mine has been "P-Turd". Other times "Pretty Potent" .. Reasonably it might be "Pacific Terror.
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