Latter-Day Woodie: 1988 Chrysler Town and Country

The Town & Country was Chrysler’s top-of-the-line station wagon from 1940 until 1988. It began as a true wood-bodied wagon before World War II, and ended as a front-wheel-drive K-Car variant in the late 1980s (it was a minivan… more»

BF Auction: 1963 Chrysler 300J

If a Mopar enthusiast has their sights set on one of the company’s “Letter Series” offerings, many agree that the 1963 300J could be the pick of the bunch. Part of its attraction is its relative rarity, with only… more»

Low-Mileage, Two-Tone Survivor: 1979 Chrysler Cordoba

1979 would be the fifth and final model year of the first-generation Cordoba, the Chrysler Corporation’s successful attempt of getting a piece of the personal luxury coupe pie which was dominated by GM. Cordobas would be downsized for the 1980… more»

47k Miles One-Owner: 1971 Chrysler New Yorker

Chrysler restyled its full-size cars in 1969, providing a curved, fuselage look to the biggest Mopars. But underneath, the cars stayed the same, including the New Yorker. Since the 1940s, the New Yorker had been the top Chrysler-branded product… more»

Rare Business Coupe: 1948 Chrysler New Yorker

At the time the New Yorker was retired in 1996, it was the longest-running U.S. automobile nameplate. Its reign as the top Chrysler car (aside from the Imperial) began in 1940 and one of the rarest versions was the… more»

Low-Mileage Hemi! 1954 DeSoto Firedome

The Firedome was a car manufactured by the DeSoto division of Chrysler, with production beginning in 1952 and running through 1959.  One of the good things about the current marketplace for buyers is that many of these cars have… more»

54K-Mile All-Original 1986 Chrysler Fifth Avenue

“The prestigious 1986 Chrysler Fifth Avenue is perhaps the most elegantly conceived luxury sedan in the world.”, so says a brochure touting the virtues of the rear-drive M-body Chrysler luxury sedans. We haven’t seen an ’86 Fifth Avenue before… more»

Milestone Car: 1935 Chrysler Airflow Coupe

The history of the automobile is littered with cars that were revolutionary for their time.  However, no vehicle was more of a game changer than Chrysler’s Airflow.  Introduced in 1934, these radical vehicles broke new ground in the areas… more»

Affordable Power: 1968 Chrysler Newport 383

How much power is too much? If you ask most enthusiasts, they will tell you the question is irrelevant because there is no such thing as too much power. That makes this 1968 Chrysler Newport an interesting classic. It… more»

75k Mile Droptop: 1967 Chrysler Newport Convertible

Chrysler began using the name Newport back in the early forties, which stuck around in some form or another all the way up until the first part of the eighties and was typically associated with lower-cost offerings.  But in… more»

No Reserve and One-Family Owned: 1974 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham

What a profile. I had forgotten how sculpted and stylish these ’74 Chryslers were (and I’m digging the roofline, rear fender treatment, and those factory side skirts). If this one was black-on-black, it would actually look a bit badass,… more»

Garage Find Hemi! 1956 Imperial by Chrysler

To give the Imperial a perceived boost against Cadillac and Lincoln, Chrysler spun the nameplate off as its own brand in 1955. In the process, the car got a design facelift with the “Forward Look” Chryslers just around the… more»

31k Mile Survivor? 1979 Chrysler Cordoba

The decade of the 1970s wasn’t kind to Chrysler Corporation, in general. Gas prices rose sharply at the same time the company was pushing bigger, thirstier automobiles. Until the K-Car of the 1980s came along, it looked as though… more»

1 of 337 Made: 1961 Chrysler 300-G Convertible

Several years ago, I attended Das Awkscht Fescht (The August Festival) in Macungie, Pennsylvania, one of the largest antique and classic car shows in the nation. That year the show’s featured car was the legendary Chrysler 300. I’ve never… more»

Rare Mopar: 1984 Chrysler Laser Turbo

In the late 1970s, Apple, Commodore, and Tandy introduced machines that would revolutionize the world. By the mid-1980s, two million consumers owned Apple computers, and nearly everyone else wanted to. The techno-craze infused automotive design as well. Instrument clusters… more»

Presidential Limo! 1964 Imperial Crown Ghia

The Chrysler Imperial was the automaker’s flagship car for much of its life, but in 1955 the Imperial gained a step in the luxury market by becoming its own brand, mainly to try and compete with offerings such as… more»