Real People, Real Stories – Two Good Stories and a Picture

Since the Real People, Real Stories series premiered in December 2011, we’ve received a ton of great submissions. Up until now, however, we’ve posted only those that came in with photos attached. Problem is, this left out many worthy stories submitted by proud Chrysler owners.

So, in the interest of fairness, all this week we’re posting some of our favorite stories that came in without photos, starting with the two below. And speaking of photos, the one on display comes from Forrest Leone of New York, who was “lucky to find one of the last PT Cruiser models,” which he calls “still a lot of fun.” Thanks, Forrest!

Story 1

I bought my first Chrysler in 1997. It was a Sebring convertible JX-I, and I have owned many since. My wife currently drives a 2007 Pacifica, fully loaded, and I have to say I like driving it often. I drive a Porsche 911 Cabriolet, and am used to small, fast, and nimble. The Pacifica rides really smooth and has EXCELLENT pick-up and, most importantly, SPACE! We are expecting our first child in March, and are looking forward to the space, as well as the safety the Pacifica offers. We’ll be trading it in in another year, and I am sure that it will be replaced with another Chrysler!

-Richard Burnette

Story 2

I just have to tell you that I have been a very satisfied customer. I own a 1997 Sebring; it has been the most dependable car I have driven in my life. Of course, as with all cars, even a dependable car has needs. My car has been all over the West Coast, east to South Dakota, south to Colorado, and west again back to home. Great car. Two hundred and twenty thousand miles, and still going!!!!!!

-Cindy Seisling

Check back on Wednesday of this week for another installment in the Real People, Real Stories series.

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