Comments - Rebadged Disasters: Dodge La Femme

Published: Nov 17, 2012
Description: It is a well-documented fact that automakers have at times been breathtakingly condescending to women. We tend to see this in the form of absurd advertising, but there was once a time when Chrysler de...
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Patrick Schalk Nov 21, 2012
Dodge has made some of the most iconic cars ever. Don't be like that
Jacob Viiper McCord Nov 18, 2012
well you see, Dodge is the problem.
Wayne Joseph Borean Nov 17, 2012
Appears to be designed by a moronic dinosaur.
Kevin Carlin Nov 18, 2012
Too much chrome in the front... It looks like it's smiling with braces lol
Timothy Hooker Nov 17, 2012
what an awesome car. color change required of course but I do like the chrome
Adam Beiersdorfer Nov 17, 2012
There were MANY women I know today that still make a choice of vehicle on the color. Not sure I agree with all of this article, and as for the car, I find it MUCH better then the crap out of the 80's and early 90's...
Drew Humphrey Nov 17, 2012
Actually this wouldn't be half bad if they didn't sell it in white and pink.
Matt Piccolo Nov 17, 2012
Too much chrome on the front for me
Patrick Schalk Nov 17, 2012
I think the design of this car is freakin awesome! I'd have in red and gunmetal grey
Dimitry Mikhailovich Malikov Nov 17, 2012
Beautiful car!
Jacob Viiper McCord Nov 18, 2012
I spy a ' 71 Mach 1.
David Parenti Nov 17, 2012
I see some old Chevrolet in the back side.
Description: The La Comte was painted in masculine colors while the La Comtesse was painted pink and grey in an attempt to convey femininity. These actually received a fair amount of praise from the press, who fou...
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Description: By the mid Fifties, many large companies had realized that women represented a significant market force. Their influence was important when it came to household buying decisions, and quite a few prod...
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Scott Frye Nov 18, 2012
Look around now a days pink is the new red for these women. Just a little ahead of it's time.
Jorge Gonzalez Nov 17, 2012
This goes to show how hard it is to understand chicks.
Description: The Custom Royal Lancer coupe it was based on was one of Dodge's higher-end models, complete with a 361cu-in V8 engine which produced 305 horsepower. The body didn't receive any major change...
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Description: The interior was changed for 1956, but was still predominantly the same nauseating shade of Pepto-pink. The accessories which came with the car as standard equipment were where things started getting ...
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Steve Surgeont Nov 19, 2012
Has anyone found an original with the purse and contents?
Jommel Marcella Nov 18, 2012
Still too shiny
Sam Biggin Nov 18, 2012
It's quite cool
Description: These accessories were all finished in gold-color metal and (you guessed it) pink. For those who wanted them, Dodge also offered an umbrella, boots, a cape and a hat, all matching the seat upholstery....
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Scott Frye Nov 18, 2012
Their input is still a waste of time! LOL!
Michelle Hart Nov 17, 2012
Description: Dodge dropped the La Femme for 1957, after just two years of production. Since it was officially classified as an option package, Dodge managed to avoid having to disclose any embarrassingly low sales...
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Description: It's nearly as pink as the La Femme and every bit as insulting to women. It will be interesting to see how many of these Honda can move. Japan has a different culture, after all, but we'd st...
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