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  1. D24 Styling

    I know aesthetics are in the eye of the beholder, so I hope this topic does not generate more heat than light. My taste in many things is very "eclectic", says my lovely wife. From that perspective, it appears as though the D24 series Dodges have something very special going for them in the styling department. Maybe someone out there with some professional art/design knowledge can share some deeper understanding of what makes this car so appealing to so many. I have always secretly admired these cars from afar and now that we own one, it seems that everyone who sees it expresses a great deal of admiration for the overall design and the finer details as well. The styling certainly isn't polarizing - it seems like people either love it, or love it more. As I go over this thing with a fine tooth comb, cleaning & polishing everything, it just becomes more impressive. Even with the hood open, it's not ugly. What do you all think?
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