It was never the coolest car on the block. But for a lot of people, the Chrysler minivan is the car they grew up with. Crammed in the backseat for hours with your siblings while your parents' music blared from the cassette player, well, that's an experience you just don't get in a Ferrari. It's kind of hard to believe 30 years have passed since the first one came off the Chrysler assembly line on Nov. 2, 1983. Since then, Chrysler has sold more than 13 million minivans. Even though people aren't buying as many nowadays, there's still a market for them — probably because there aren't many other cars you'd want to drive six people across the country in. — By Nick Mangione [Source]
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