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No, just one of dad’s company cars.
I figure he had over 90 different co cars over the years.
I haven't been on for a while and don't think I posted, so here's my Chrysler... and one of my greatest treasures, my oldest Grand Daughter.
Beautiful car and pics.
Love all the red!
Mine. 27K original miles and factory plastic still on the seats.
Wow! That's a sweet ride... green and all!
@bigandtall really nice car!
I am new to Chryslers, but i assume this is an 68?
I have an 68 New Yorker but the tail light section is different than on your car?
So i am just curious to know more about this, i am trying to learn as much as i can about these cars
Yes, it is a 1968. Here is a better picture of the rear tail lights. I'm not an expert so I'm not sure if this taillight panel is just for a Newport, or even a Newport Custom. Maybe someone will chime in that knows better.
Each model in '68 had different front clips and different tail light treatments. This is my '68 300.
1968 newyorker taillight
i like this car
Oh wait, wrong slab!
This car was sold in the EG Edmonton sale for about $9100.
You have a beautiful 65 Polara. This is my 65 Polara Convertible from Indianapolis IN
Sitting in the cell lot at the airport
I suspect the person I bought the car from is the person who purchased it at the EG auction. I wish I had got it for $9100, but I didn't pay too much more than that and I don't begrudge a dealer from making a bit of a profit.
New 275/60/15 Hankook tires and Magnum 500 15X8 rims
Here you go. Early 68 with leftover 67 steering wheel and window cranks. Only options, AC and Posi. AC ice cold. Beautiful car, I've put 45,000 miles on it since I bought it in 2006
Wow, beautiful car and good for you for averaging about 3500 miles a year!
My 68 Newport