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Not Sunfire Yellow, that's much brighter (mine is Sunfire) and was a year or two later. This is probably Antique Ivory.
Earlier Imperial convertibles had a hard cover for the top, maybe they didn't have them in these later years. It's odd that an Imperial wouldn't...
Love it! More interior photos please. When you say "special 'Show Car' order", what does that mean? Everything working, AC working? Do you have...
That's not a scope for the optional Auto-Insta-TorqueShooter?!
200k miles, all that communications gear, spotlight... I bet that's made a lot of trips to Mexico, I'd look closely behind all the panels
I think I need a shower now...
By the early 70s, there were lots of crazy fabrics being used in many cars—check out Cadillac's Maharajah and Monticello. Compared to those, the...
This convertible has been for sale for a while now:
1969 Chrysler Newport Sportsgrain Convertible
Click the "Show contact"—541-222-0098
Note to seller:
Now it's listed at $50,000?! 1978 Chrysler New Yorker, 392 miles
This guy is nuts, clueless, or both. No real photos, no substantiation for the...
Need clock for my 1969 Chrysler 300. Should look like attached photo. NOS preferred but clean original is fine
I have 3 different sets now (!), but thanks for the offer.
Odd that there aren't any photos
Those are beautiful! I think from 65-66, and mine are 15". Thanks anyway!
Thanks, but two of them look dented. I can repaint, but not so good at dent removal—I'm hoping to get a clean set.
After seeing the road wheel style cap on my car, I decided I really want the standard 300 caps from 69. See photos attached (car is photoshopped...