87-charger-glhs.jpg1987 Dodge Shelby Charger GLHS – by the 1980s, the high performance,
    V8-powered, rear wheel drive muscle cars were a thing of the past, but
    the 1987 Dodge Shelby Charger GLHS helped to revisit a little of what
    made Mopar Performance so popular.  The GLHS (Goes Like Hell Shelby)
    followed up the prior GLH (Goes Like Hell) models, with a Chrysler Turbo
    I with aftermarket modifications including an intercooler, a unique
    turbocharger, a Shelby specific engine computer tune to produce 175
    horsepower and 175lb-ft of torque.  This allowed the 1987 Charger GLHS
    to run the quarter mile in 14.8 seconds while hitting top speeds around