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In Bid to Interest Millennials, Historic Vehicle Association Chooses First Chrysler Minivan for Cars at the Capital

Posted March 08, 2018 9:00 AM by dstrohl

If automotive appreciation can be reduced to generational preferences, then Mark Gessler at the Historic Vehicle Association has selected what he believes to be two sure-fire lures to attract Millennials to this year’s Cars at the Capital display of historic vehicles, one of them a minivan.

“If you grew up in that era, then it’s definitely something you’ll recognize,” he said.

Specifically, Gessler and the HVA have chosen a 1984 Plymouth Voyager LE, the first production Voyager and the very minivan placed behind Lee Iaccoca as the then-president of Chrysler introduced the front-wheel-drive K-car-derived people mover in November 1983 at the company’s Windsor, Ontario, assembly plant

It is likely one of the most identifiable minvans of all time.

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Anybody want an authentic owners manual and a well-used shop manual for an '89 Plymouth Grand Voyager?

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