I remembered. It was an 82 Plymouth TC3. You needed a friend to follow you to gather the parts that fell off the car as you went down the road. I will give credit. I had near 100k on it when I got it as a winter beater. It was winter, and by spring it was beat.
'76 Pacer,took you a mile to get it up to speed and you wouldn'y want to let off of it cause it would take longer to get your speed back. Drove on ice like dry pavement cause it didn't have enough power to spin the tires( I wondered why people were driving with 2 wheels on the shoulder so I stopped on the highway and started as quick as I could and it did spin the tires,suprised me)