Affordable Fins: 1961 Chrysler Newport

Early 1960’s styling on Mopars can be described in many ways, but no matter your opinion, their styling was interesting none the less. Featuring cool styling, two doors, two big fins, and a V8, this classic… more»

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Destined For The Derby: 1961 Imperial

Here’s the car that crushed our poor MGA! We would like to see it crushed, but we decided we had better follow through with the family’s wishes and sell it to the highest bidder. The car… more»

Finest on the Road: 1982 Chrysler LeBaron

The seller has some high praise for this 1982 Chrysler LeBaron wagon, which does appear quite nice with incredibly low mileage of just 20,500. The asking price of $7K seems fair for a survivor wagon like… more»

Mr. Lahey’s Car: 1978 Chrysler New Yorker

If you’ve ever watched the television series Trailer Park Boys then certainly the trailer park supervisor Mr. Lahey comes to mind when you see this New Yorker! Though the car used in the TV show is (spoiler… more»

No Letter Project: 1962 Chrysler 300

While the “letter cars” are interesting and desirable, non-letter cars can often be a bargain, but still offering the unique styling offered by Mopar in the 1960’s. This 1962 300 looks to have been parked for… more»

16V 5-Speed: Chrysler TC by Maserati

If you’re committed to owning a Chrysler TC by Maserati, the one to own is an exceedingly rare 5-speed manual version with the Maserati-derived 16V motor. These cars offered slightly better performance and some additional prestige… more»

Black Beauty: 1978 Chrysler LeBaron Medallion

Let’s face it; most cars hit their all-time lows during the mid-’70s to mid ’80s. Engineers struggled to make powerful reliable engines while meeting smog requirements and down-sizing to improve fuel economy. Given that landscape, though,… more»

Badge Engineered: 1987 Chrysler Conquest TSi

A number of years ago Jesse purchased a first generation Eagle Talon TSi AWD, but the dealer changed the transmission oil and forgot to put the plug back in before sending him off in it. Long… more»

Two Door Survivor: 1959 Chrysler Windsor

Packing loads of style, a beautiful survivor appearance, and some neat features, this 1959 Windsor is hard to ignore. Simple with its white and red paint, this surviving example has covered only 83,000 miles in its… more»

K Is For Kool: 1964 Chrysler 300 K

The “Letter” series Mopars are legendary for their power and luxury, and they aren’t nearly as common as they should be. This Letter “K” is a solid car that appears very original, with only a few… more»

Black Battle Wagon: 1962 Chrysler New Yorker Wagon

Way back in the sixties, station wagons became popular with domesticated Americans.  As Americans, we feel the need to have a vehicle capable of hauling a platoon of children, tons of groceries, and a few sheets… more»

BF AUCTION: 1963 Chrysler 300 Pace Setter Convertible

Chrysler has built some incredible cars over the years, and while their muscle cars of the mid to late ’60 are fun, the 300 series of the late ’50s and early ’60s are some of the… more»

5,207 Miles from New: 1985 Renault Alliance

Barring the God-awful pictures, this Renault Alliance is claimed to be an extremely low-mileage survivor with a scant 5,207 miles on the clock. Supposedly used by the classic little ‘ol lady, the Alliance is in mostly… more»