Newport

Swanky Wagon: 1964 Chrysler Newport Town and Country

This is Round Two for this spectacular wagon in Barn Finds. We covered it in 2018. Now it’s looking for a new home again. Here on craigslist is a 1964 Chrysler Newport Town & Country wagon, at an asking… more»

Drop-Top Cruiser: 1970 Chrysler Newport

The Newport was Chrysler’s volume car in the 1960s and 1970s, with creature comforts on par with the Buick LaSabre or Mercury Monterrey.  The 1970 Newport convertible was the last drop-top for the model and one of the last… 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»

1 of 1,124: 1970 Chrysler Newport Convertible

Chrysler sold more than 260,000 cars in 1970, but not many of them were drop-tops. The entry-level full-size car, the Newport, only accounted for 1,124 convertibles – and only a small percentage likely survive today. This one has been… more»

Last of the Tailfins: 1961 Chrysler Newport

Two styling cues helped distinguish the 1961 Chryslers from the year before and the year after. They had slanted dual headlights instead of horizontal ones as with the ‘60s, and the wild tailfins of the “Forward Look” Chrysler products… more»

54k Mile Survivor: 1970 Chrysler Newport Convertible

The Newport was Chrysler’s lowest-priced entry in the 1960s and 1970s. Along with the rest of the senior Chrysler automobiles, the Newport was redone in 1969-73 with a “fuselage” type of styling. The 1970 model year would be last… more»

Triple Black Treat: 1969 Chrysler Newport Convertible

There’s something about the appearance of triple-black cars that allows them to be both classy and menacing at the same time. That is the case with this 1969 Chrysler Newport Convertible. Its black paint and soft-top combine perfectly with… more»

Field of Dreams? 1960s Mopar Collection

In many cases when we see a collection or group of vintage cars for sale, they tend to migrate to a particular brand or period. In this case, the seller no doubt has a thing for Chrysler products and… more»

Garage Find: Pair Of ’60s Chryslers

The curious thing for me about barn-find automobiles is how they come about being stored away and forgotten for decade after decade. A case in point in this pair of 1960s Chryslers which appear to have been left in… more»

413 Wedge V8: 1961 Chrysler Newport

The Newport was usually Chrysler’s entry-level model between 1961 and 1981, but it was anything but a stripped-down car. The automobile was largely targeted at buyers of the discontinued DeSoto brand. The ’61 would be the last of the… more»

Time Capsule? 1978 Chrysler Newport With 2,700 Miles!

For more than 20 years, the Newport served as the entry level model in the Chrysler line-up. It competed with the likes of the Buick LaSabre and the Oldsmobile 88. The big Chryslers of the 1970s still had land… more»

30k Original Miles: 1965 Chrysler Newport Convertible

It isn’t clear why this 1965 Chrysler Newport Convertible was parked, but it appears that it has been sitting idle for at least 15-years. It doesn’t appear that this was a car that had seen a lot of use… more»

Fuselage Find: 1970 Chrysler Newport Convertible

The dream of finding a hidden gem is alive and well, even more so now than ever as a lot of people are finding themselves working from home which probably means more free time due to less commuting, and… more»

1964 Chrysler Newport With Only 44K Miles!

Mid-sixties, full-size GM and Ford models are still pretty commonly found, GMs in particular by virtue of their sheer numeric volume. Mopars? Not as much so, especially the Chrysler brand. Fortunately, we can thank Gransedan for submitting this tip,… more»

43k Original Miles: 1974 Chrysler Newport Custom

The owner of this 1974 Chrysler Newport Custom purchased the car from its original owner in 2018. His intention was to continue the tradition of long-term ownership. However, a change in circumstances means that he must now part with… more»

Spotlessly Clean: 1950 Chrysler Windsor Newport

If you parked this green 1950 Chrysler Windsor Newport in your driveway, it would probably be enough to turn your neighbors green with envy. It is a beautifully presented car that I think most classic car enthusiasts would like… more»