Royally Red: 1960 Chrysler Imperial

Is this not a thing of beauty, at least in the pictures? Well, it is a thing alright, a big resale red thing. This was the age of “Space Age” styling. They say these Imperials were… more»

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American In Canada: 1981 Chrysler New Yorker

It took me ten years to find my 1981 Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenue Edition. My criteria was minimal rust, good running condition, most options working, original paint, and affordable. No easy feat to find all… more»

Restored French’talian: 1965 Simca 1000

Hello! I’m happy to see you, says this 1965 Simca 1000. Do I have anything in my teeth? (teeth = grille) Wait, I don’t have any teeth. This happy little car is listed on eBay with… more»

Cheap Dusty Two Door: 1964 Chrysler Imperial

Locked away in an automotive vault for who knows how long, this 1964 Chrysler Imperial two door looks like a solid start to a big Mopar project. In storage with nearly 20 other cars, it is… more»

Marketing Genius: 1977 Chrysler Cordoba

Be honest, I bet you can’t think the words ‘Chrysler Cordoba’ without doing it in Ricardo Montalban’s accent? Or say ‘rich Corinthian leather’ without giving it a Spanish flair? And that is the power of advertising…. more»

Four-Speed floor-shifted 1976 Chrysler New Yorker

Do you notice anything unusual about this 1976 Chrysler New Yorker? In addition to the twin scoops, a “Hurst-Equipped” badge, available on an Internet near you for $19.99, decorates the Chrysler’s rear. Vehicles adorned with badges… more»

$1,795 No-Brainer: 1985 Chrysler Fifth Avenue

Bargain hunters, check out this mind-blowing 1985 Chrysler Fifth Avenue! Sure, it’s from the mid-80s, not exactly the “classic” era, but it’s over there decades old, it’s rear-wheel drive, and it has a V8 engine. ‘Nuff… more»

Jolly Green Giant: 1973 Imperial LeBaron

Here it is folks, the longest post-war, non-limousine car you could buy. 235.3” of American made steel. Weighing in at over two and a half tons on a 127” wheelbase, the 1973 Imperial LeBaron would be… more»

Turbo Stretch: 1986 Chrysler Limousine

Name another stretched, front wheel drive, turbocharged, four-cylinder limousine based off an economy car. Come up with any? How about one owned by a former President? Or a famous blue eyed crooner? This 1986 Chrysler Executive… more»

Mobile Director Equipped: 1968 Chrysler Imperial

Although I am not the in-house Mopar expert, one of my favorites has always been the Mobile Director cars. It just tells you so much about the era in which it was made that a rear-facing… more»

The Cordoba Effect: 1979 Chrysler 300 Survivor

There is something about these late ’70s Chrysler 300s that is just special. Yes, they are massive boats with over stuff leather seats and over the top styling, but they are surprisingly fast and incredibly comfortable… more»

No Termites: 1981 Chrysler LeBaron Town & Country

You aren’t going to get stuck by a splinter on this black beauty, but that asking price is definitely going to hurt! Try to think of it as getting two vehicles in one to lessen the… more»

Last Of The Giants: 1977 Chrysler Town and Country

My memory of road trips in a great big wagon is a huge part of my childhood. My parents car was a green Caprice wagon with the wood paneling along the side. It was big but… more»