The GLH tag on the back of this Dodge Omni has nothing to do with Great Looking Hair — the spray on hair-in-a-can bald spot cover that was all the rage back…well…when this car was new. It also has nothing to do with the regional airport located just outside of Greenville, Mississippi — no, the GLH stands for Goes Like Hell, a name chosen for the car by Mr. Carroll Shelby himself to describe the little compacts willingness to accelerate. Find this 1985 Dodge Omni GLH Turbo offered for $5,200 in Gainesville, GA via craigslist. Tip from Matt C.
This little black beauty wears a new coat of black paint (how new? seller doesn’t say) but the paint is at least a year old because this car was featured on DT February of 2015 with a $5,900 asking price.
The same pictures from the listing a year ago shows the hopped up version of the Chrylser
K-car 2.2 liter inline-4, the Turbo I. In GLH spec it is boosted to 146
horsepower, but the seller has added a Mopar computer chip for a few more horsepower.
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