Green On Green Survivor: 1977 Chrysler Cordoba

Update 1/14/23 – This clean Cordoba has been relisted here on eBay with no reserve! From 3/20/22 – If you’re still a little green around the gills from over-celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, you may want to click on the… more»

No Corinthian Leather: 1975 Chrysler Cordoba

Anyone older than a teenager in the 1970s probably remembers Chrysler’s sales pitch for the then-new Cordoba. On television, Richard Montalban would praise the Cordoba’s “fine Corinthian leathers” (which wasn’t a real thing, and you could get the cars… more»

Needs TLC: 1983 Chrysler Cordoba

If you watched television in the mid-1970s, chances are you caught Ricardo Montalban hawking the new Chrysler Cordoba with its “rich Corinthian leathers”. The Cordoba would be Chrysler’s first foray into the personal luxury segment and was the first… more»

Limited 300 Edition: 1979 Chrysler Cordoba

Will late ’70s American cars ever reach a point of enhanced value and collectibility? My crystal ball gets lousy reception so I can’t say with certainty but if gasoline-powered cars ever disappear, probably. Also, special editions of anything up… 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»

Original 400: 1976 Chrysler Cordoba

By the second half of the 1970s, Chrysler was a corporation that was in severe financial trouble. Things were so bad that it was teetering on the verge of heading to that great automotive graveyard in the sky. However,… more»

33k Mile Survivor: 1977 Chrysler Cordoba

Do you remember the TV commercials from the 1970s where Ricardo Montalban was hawking the new Chrysler Cordoba with its “rich Corinthian leathers? Before you get all excited, it was real leather alright, but the Corinthian part was just… more»

400 V8 Survivor: 1978 Chrysler Cordoba

If you’re like me, the Chrysler Cordoba reminds you of Ricardo Montalbán and his 1970s TV commercials hawking those “rich Corinthian leathers.” Which, by the way, was marketing-speak as there was actually no such thing. But it gave the… more»

One Owner Rust Free 1976 Chrysler Cordoba

First things first: no. No, there is no leather in this car of any kind, at least on the seating surfaces. I can’t imagine Ricardo Montalban making a fortune doing commercials touting a car with Corinthian Velour. Now with… more»

First Year Beauty: 1975 Chrysler Cordoba

Low miles and excellent condition, I don’t know about you but it doesn’t get much better than that for me no matter what the vehicle is. In this case, it’s a first-year 1975 Chrysler Cordoba in beautiful Yellow Blaze…. more»

Pristine 1978 Chrysler Cordoba Survivor

While this isn’t a mainstream muscle car, for being a two owner car, this 1978 Chrysler Cordoba has been preserved to at a status most cars only wish they were. Located in Edmonds, Washington, the car does have a… more»

58K Mile Cordoba! 1979 Chrysler 300

The Chrysler 300 is one of the most famous and beloved series of cars from any manufacturer and after several years of being absent from the lineup, they were reintroduced in the form of this 1979 Chrysler 300. Love… more»

81k Original Miles: 1978 Chrysler Cordoba

One of the foods that is hardest to eat, and hardest to digest, is humble pie. While the Cordoba was a luxurious car, it marked a radical departure in philosophy for Chrysler, as they had publicly declared on a… more»

27,340 Miles! 1982 Chrysler Cordoba

UPDATE 1/3/19 – This one got bid up to to $6,100 the first time around, but has been relisted here on eBay again. The seller doesn’t mention why it didn’t sell, but lets hope they are honoring that whole… more»

34k Documented Miles: 1977 Chrysler Cordoba

Barn Finder Rocco B has been scouting cyberspace, and he has located this 1977 Cordoba for us to look at, so thank you for that Rocco. This 1977 Chrysler Cordoba has clocked a genuine and documented 34,000 miles and… more»