Goes Like Hell: 1986 Dodge Omni GLH Turbo

Update – This GLH has been relisted, now with a $3,500 BIN. You can find it here on eBay. Though virtually unheard-of in America today, practical front-wheel-drive hatchbacks appealed to many U.S. buyers during the 1980s. Some manufacturers offered… more»

15,000 Miles Fresh: 1985 Dodge Omni GLH

Hot on the heels of one incredibly well preserved Dodge Omni GLHS is this even lower mileage Omni GLH, listed as having a mere 15,901 miles on the clock. The Omni is presented by a dealer that typically has… more»

Shelby’s Hot Hatch: 1986 Dodge Omni GLHS

The Shelby years at Dodge delivered some of the car world’s most lovable hot hatches and coupes: turbocharged and slightly maniacal front drivers that actually handled worth a bean and could be tweaked for even more power. Today, they… more»

The Other GLHS: 1987 Charger GLHS

We’ve featured these Shelby-built Charger GLHS models before, and I’m always surprised how many are still out there despite being a limited-production car. This one is an interesting specimen, as it has higher mileage but also features some neat… more»

Hello, Old Friend: 1987 Shelby Charger Revisited

Writing about past posts is always an exercise in creativity, as we have to give the readers something in the way of an update about a previously posted car. In the case of this 1987 Shelby Charger that we… more»

Fast Black Box: 1986 Shelby GLHS

The Dodge Omni and Plymouth Horizon started life as a French econobox, the Talbot Horizon. If you saw this one sitting neglected, you wouldn’t normally give it a second thought, but it’s a bit special. You can almost make out… more»

1987 Shelby GLHS Survivor: Black Beauty!

Having owned a regular, non-turbo Shelby Charger at one point and enjoying it a great deal, I vividly recall the first time I saw a GLHS and was blown away by it. If you share those feelings, you can… more»

Trade for Cabin: 1987 Shelby Charger GLH-S

While the roster of Shelby-branded vehicles sold by Chrysler Corp. in the 80s ran quite deep, there were a few models that were a touch more special than the others. Of course, I’m talking about the iconic GLH models… more»

Humpty Dumpty: 1986 Shelby GLH-S

Last night we had an affordable Maserati and this morning we have an affordable Shelby. Well, maybe. The seller mentions how great these cars were, that they were real Shelbys, and that this one only has 19,750 on the… more»

Hot Hatch: 1986 Shelby GLHS

It’s amazing what slapping a name like Shelby onto a car can do! When we talk about the creations of Carroll Shelby, we all tend to think of Cobras and GT350s, but Shelby wasn’t just a Ford guy. He… more»

Shelby’s GTI: 1985 Dodge Omni GLH

After Lee Iacocca asked Carroll Shelby to breathe some life into Chrysler’s bare-bones hatchback, the famed performance consultant created the Dodge Omni GLH (short form for “Goes Like Hell.”) When stacked against competitors like the GTI and the Civic… more»