Chrysler

Rare Cross-Ram Project: 1964 Chrysler 300K

The Chrysler Letters Series cars of the 1950s and 1960s are considered by many to have started the muscle car movement (compared to the later Pontiac GTO). These were full-size cars loaded with plenty of performance and luxury. The… more»

1992 Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenue

“Luxury can be a matter of taste. Quality cannot. Quality can only be measured by the results achieved when the full resources of design and engineering have been committed to its attainment.” So says a 1992 Chrysler New Yorker… more»

BF Auction: 1955 Chrysler Windsor Deluxe Nassau

If you drove past this little barn in San Luis Obispo, California, you’d never expect that it was housing several barn finds, one of which is now up for grabs here as a BF Auction. If you’ve been on… more»

16k Mile 1974 Chrysler New Yorker St Regis

In the 1970s, Chrysler had a knack for building the right cars at the wrong time. America had been in love with large, powerful land yachts – until the OPEC oil embargo of 1973 created a shift to smaller,… more»

Two-Owner Hemi! 1958 Chrysler New Yorker

From 1940 and well into the 1990s, the New Yorker was the top-of-the-line car built by Chrysler. That’s except for the Imperial, but it was not always branded as a Chrysler. This 1958 New Yorker is a beautiful machine… more»

Trades Considered: Cheap 1975 Chrysler Cordoba Project

The Cordoba brought a much-needed ray of sunshine to the struggling Chrysler lineup in 1975, with sales totaling around 150,000 for the year and substantiating that the personal luxury coupe market was still alive and well during the mid-seventies. … more»

Golden Lion V8: 1959 Chrysler Windsor Coupe

Chrysler’s Windsor nameplate stretches back to 1939 when the model was launched to occupy a niche below the New Yorker. By the mid-1940s, the Windsor accounted for 63% of Chrysler’s sales. Virgil Exner’s “Forward Look” brought fins to its… more»

Low Miles and T-Tops: 1979 Chrysler 300

To the novice Chrysler enthusiast, the return of the 300 in 1979 might not seem like much more than an attempt for the company to glorify its already luxurious Cordoba a step further on the outside.  But those fans… more»

Loads of New Parts! 1969 Chrysler 300 Convertible

Beginning in 1962, Chrysler offered two versions of the 300. One was the Letter Series, the other the Sports Series, which differed largely by what lay under the hood. After the Letter Series was retired in 1965, there was… more»

Backyard Find: 1979 Chrysler LeBaron Medallion

The owner of this 1979 LeBaron Medallion calls his Chrysler a sitting behind a house for 30 years discovery, so while it’s not a barn find in the truest sense of the term, the M-Body did go through a… more»

Triple Pickle: 1973 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham

“If you are considering something more in a car than just size alone . . . you want to look at a Chrysler New Yorker Brougham. It’s an enormously comfortable car that lends new meaning to the words “luxurious”… more»

Three-Window Coupe: 1928 Chrysler Series 52

Chrysler introduced its Series 50 automobiles in 1927. They would be the entry-level models powered by 4-cylinder engines while the Series 60s and 70s had 6-cylinder power. Only slight changes occurred in 1928 and the designation became Series 52… more»

The “Other” 300: 1962 Chrysler 300 Sport Series

The Chrysler 300 Letter Series cars (1955 to 1965) are legendary and considered forerunners to the muscle car era that swept the nation. But not all 300s carried a letter as part of the name that changed every year… more»

35K Miles: 1991 Chrysler TC Maserati

When a car that is typically maligned by the enthusiast community shows up as an apparently well-loved example, the overall vibe is much different than the majority of similar models that pop up for sale. The Chrysler TC by… more»

Real Barn Find: 1979 Chrysler 300 Project

Numbers have often been used for auto names since the early days of motoring, with 300 being an example that Chrysler used frequently throughout the years, sometimes combined with a letter but at other times not.  Although the 300… more»

Goldie: 1969 Chrysler Newport Convertible

The seller of this 1969 Chrysler Newport Convertible refers to it, or her (?) as Goldie and says that she’s fun and well-mannered. I’m not someone who names my vehicles but I can’t think of a more fitting name… more»