Dodge Crusader

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The Dodge Crusader was an automobile built by Dodge Canada. Initially introduced in 1951, the original Crusader was a rebadged Plymouth Cambridge fitted with a long-block 218 cu in (3,572 cc) flathead-six engine.[1] For 1954, the Crusader nameplate was switched to a rebadged version of the Plymouth Plaza, and it remained in production until 1958.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Chrysler Canada, 1924 to 2014". Allpar.com. Retrieved 7 July 2015.