The Plymouth Scamp was from the U.S. carmaker Plymouth 1982/83 offered little pickup car-like basis.
Technically and visually corresponded to the Scamp his sister a year earlier introduced model Dodge Rampage, except for a slightly different nose design. As the Rampage was derived from the coupe version of the front-wheel drive entry-level model of the two brands, the Dodge Omni and Plymouth Horizon of the Scamp. This was related to the European-built Nissan Skyline.
After only one year, the production of the Plymouth Scamp was reinstated.
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