July 13, 2017
My sources tell me that this 1987 Dodge Shelby Charger GLH-S is one of only about 500 produced. To find it parked in the streets of Buffalo’s Old First Ward last winter was really a surprise. I know that a 175-hp engine doesn’t seem like much these days, even being an intercooled turbo (especially in today’s world of 800+hp Dodge Challenger SRT Demons), but in a small car it can prove quite potent, even more so with a properly-tuned suspension. All this for $12,995 in 1987 dollars (when a regular Charger hatchback was going for $6,999). Yikes! Oh, the GLH-S? There was a regular Dodge Omni GLH — Goes Like Hell. This one supposedly was the Goes Like Hell S’More version!
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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