1990 Plymouth Laser.

May 13, 2012

12 comments

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Amazing. Makes me wonder what they were thinking. How many lines is enough? How did they decide? This is really a very funny looking car. But just subtle enough that it is likely to be overlooked.

Swiftman007 said...

Great bodykit straight from the beggining of the 90's!

Sam said...

Love this. Note that there is some restraint: no spoiler. That would have changed it entirely. Really cool as is. The lines go great with the rest of the car and contrast nicely with the cross-spoke alloys.

Justin said...

Oh god, this thing reeks of early 90's.
Now all you need to do is wear some flamboyant New Jack Swing clothes while driving it.

great white tiburon said...

this is one car where the bodykit matches the look of the car completely. very clean lines and not over styled. I wonder if it's an rs turbo. love the pop up lights and the lace spoke wheels. and the later awd versions were just plain do it on all fours awesome.

Anonymous said...

Definitely the least common of the dsm triplets. Nice to see one still around, let alone in nice shape with an extremely period body kit

Anonymous said...

That would be a decent car to have, you could get it all cleaned up, polished and waxed, touch up the paint, a good tune up and shed be ready to go, doesent look like its too far gone from the pictures. It would be a nice weekend project if you wanted to spend the time.

Turbo said...

My neighbors bought a brand new one of these when I was in junior high....circa '91. It was a bright red base model with purple "LASER" striping on the sides. I thought it was a sweet ride back then :/

Anonymous said...

It looks like the body kit was designed using the clone tool in Photoshop.

Anonymous said...

Wow, I had the same red car with a similar body kit in my senior year of high school. The 91 Plymouth RS Turbo!!! This brings back so much memories. But my body kit didn't have the lines but just one big curve in. Just got a add-on from the factory. I remember the radio option was either a tape deck with and EQ board or a cd player. Can't believe I choose the tape deck/EQ instead.. what was I thinking...

Денис Афанасьев said...

Даже не верится, что это Плимут!

Ben Piff said...

Just noticed the headlights!