Turbocharged automobile engines are experiencing a resurgence in popularity thanks in part to a more performance and efficiency minded consumer hive. This new swell of turbo madness would in fact be the second wave. The first wave of production turbocharged rockets occurred in the Eighties, as fuel control systems drifted away from carburetors and into computerized multipoint fuel injection. Manufacturers installed turobocharged engines into all manner of vehicles with great dispatch. Case in point is this 1987 Chrysler Town and Country Station Wagon featuring a 2.2-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, genuine simulated woodgrain paneling, and truly simulated trim. Besides the turbocharger and added performance, the Reliant K-car wagon featured leather seats and some sort of Traveler computerized travel assistant. Computerized! Quality engineered, by the Chrysler corporation. Editor’s note: this post was originally published on Junkyard Chronicle back in 2006. The car and/or parts in these images are probably long gone.