Sitting for 40 Years: 1948 Chrysler Windsor Business Coupe

When was the last time you saw one of these? Yeah, I can’t remember either. The Chrysler Town & Country with its beautiful and unique wood trim gets all the attention, but this 3-Passenger Coupe with its one bench… more»

Another LS Candidate? 1934 Chrysler CH

I initially got this one wrong, really wrong! It’s a 1934 Chrysler two-door sedan, the seller refers to it as a model CH but it looks more like a Brougham. Regardless, the opening image leads you to believe this… more»

Chassis Swap Needed: 1956 Chrysler 300B

Before there was the Pontiac GTO, you had the Chrysler 300 “Letter Series” cars, the real forerunners of the muscle car movement. But they were big, luxurious automobiles that were a sub-series of the opulent New Yorker. The 300B… more»

1 of 10 Left? 1937 Chrysler Airflow Imperial Eight

The Chrysler Airflow, along with the companion Desoto Airflow, was the first full-size American production car to use aerodynamics as a basis for building a sleeker automobile. Minimizing air resistance was key to the auto’s design. It was considered… more»

Rich Corinthian Leathers! 1979 Chrysler Cordoba

The Chrysler Cordoba of the 1970s is best remembered today for its marketing hype. In one commercial after another, Ricardo Montalban would hype the Cordoba’s “rich Corinthian leathers,” but there were no such things (the Cordoba had the same… more»

Frank Sinatra Edition! 1981 Chrysler Imperial

The long-time Imperial brand disappeared after 1975 with Chrysler choosing to instead emphasize its New Yorker brand in the luxury market. A brief resurrection occurred in 1981-83 when the Imperial returned as a luxury coupe based on the Cordoba… more»

50k Original Miles! 1957 Chrysler 300C Convertible

Chrysler began producing their 300 cars known as the “letter series” in 1955, and upon introduction, they were advertised as “America’s Most Powerful Car”.  Based on the New Yorker, the car lasted through five generations until 1966, or six… more»

Stored 40 Years: 1964 Chrysler Imperial Crown

Although they had the aura of other Chrysler products, the 1961-63 Imperials looked like nothing else on the market. That would change in 1964 when the all-new Imperials borrowed from the Lincoln playbook and went with the boxy, formal… more»

Eight Passenger 1954 Chrysler Windsor DeLuxe

“A Beautiful Car…a BIG CAR…The Finest Car in the Medium-Price Field!” reads an ad for the 1954 Chrysler Windsor DeLuxe. And that wasn’t even an eight-passenger sedan like this 1954 Chrysler Windsor DeLuxe is. The seller has this BIG… more»

1 of 650 Drop-Tops: 1951 Chrysler Imperial

Chrysler introduced the Imperial in 1926 and it would be the company’s top model for several decades. The car was positioned to compete with the likes of Cadillac, Lincoln, and some makes that are no longer with us like… more»

1977 Chrysler Cordoba: Green Velour Survivor?

If you’re still a little green around the gills from over-celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, you may want to click on the next Barn Finds car, because there’s plenty of green to go around on this 1977 Chrysler Cordoba. There’s… more»

20k Mile Cruiser: 1977 Chrysler New Yorker

A lot of the motoring public was shifting to smaller, more fuel-efficient cars in the mid-1970s. And yet there was still a market for large luxury automobiles. Case-in-point: the Chrysler New Yorker. It was as big as they came… more»

Must-Sell Barn Find: 1967 Chrysler Newport Convertible

There is a car for every season, and summer is the season for convertibles. As the snow thaws and the weather warms, one might have just enough time to get this 1967 Chrysler Newport running and ready before peak… more»

Pair Of 1981 Chrysler Sno Runners

Studebaker Avanti not included… although what a great backdrop for this pair of 1981 Chrysler Sno Runners. The seller, the owner of a fantastic, must-see motorcycle museum in Connecticut, has this pair of Sno Runners listed here on eBay… more»

Found on the Farm: UK Classic Car Collection

YouTube explorers are increasingly focused on finding fields and barns full of old cars, which is great for the rest of us who can’t spend our waking hours peering into overgrown backyards. Now, sometimes, these “finds” are over-hyped as… more»

Never Installed: Mopar 426 Hemi Engine

The 426 cubic-inch Chrysler “Hemi” has become known as the “Elephant Engine.” It started as a racing motor in the 1960s that would be adapted for street use, too. Typically, the street engine produces nearly one horse per cube… more»