I am basking in the K-ness of it all.
It is hard to remember how influential these cars were and how they essentially brought Chrysler back to life. This is made even more difficult with 25 years of automotive evolution in between. But the basicness of even the nicely optioned up wagon is quite astonishing now.
And having grown up in a family that generally bought Chrysler products I have first hand knowledge of the goodness/badness of the Ks. My family's 1984 Dodge 600ES and 1990 Plymouth Acclaim provided me with enough exposure to the evolution of the K platform. Decent but under developed, certainly Chrysler took the cheap route in product development until the release of the LH cars.
However OTOH I do toy with the idea of finding a nice old K or super K to have as a toy. A mint Plymouth Reliant would be my choice, just as long as I live in state where NCC-1864 is available as a vanity plate.