DETROIT, Sept 30 (Reuters) - For the "idling" rich, the Chrysler unit of DaimlerChrysler said on Tuesday that it had put a $555,000 price tag on collector editions of an outlandish four-wheel motorcycle. Up to 10 of the chrome-draped Dodge Tomahawks, with 500-horsepower V-10 engines and theoretical top speeds of 300 miles per hour, will be built on demand for customers willing to put deposits on them, Chrysler spokesman David Elshoff told Reuters. One of the 1,500-pound Tomahawks is ...
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