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You guys in Europe have some pretty nice old Chrysler hardware!
Thank for great photos, @Xlratr !
I really like your putting the Ford Taunus from the late seventies next to the Newport. I’d say the target markets were similar for both cars in their respective countries. Yet look at the difference!
Ps: did you use a polarizing filter?
Thanks very much, I'm glad you like them.
I didn't use a polarizing filter but I did play around with the contrast, vibrance and lux settings in the photo app.
FINALLY! Took the cover off and pulled her out Saturday. Did some tidying up but it began to look like rain. Sunday rain. Today the weather was perfect. The wife and I went for a nice drive and ran some errands. Later I picked the grandkids up from school. Took the grandson to baseball practice and wrapped up with an ice cream run. A good day.
I love your car. The combination of model, body style, and trim results in the perfect accumulation of restrained elegance.
It's in my top 5 list of C bodies of all time. You can't post too many photos.
Like most people who love these cars, I find driving it joyous and therapeutic. Every time I grab that skinny steering wheel I get a big grin on my face. Thanks for the kind words.
Ready to Drive
She’s a beauty. Great looking interior.
Sebastian bln, I absolutely love your 71 Sport Fury. What engine, Assuming 440? So much for not letting a 4 door into the clan until 3 years later in 1970. (No 4 door Sport Furys available until 1970)
Orginal is a 383 2bbl, Now is an outdated 383 4bbl.
My 69 Polara
She's a beaut.
My Black 1970 Sport Fury 440 auto its a hard top with burnt orange interior not a real GT
my 1969 Chrysler 300 convertible L code 440 TNT car with ps,pb, pw,both power 6 way seats AM-FM 8 track 3 speaker dash, power antenna power trunk, tilt telescopic steering wheel.
Nice car is this the dual 4bbl car that was for sale in Milwaukee area?
Two great looking cars Hemi pwr. Can't decide which I like better. The GT clone looks so like a real one. Any pics of fender tag of it and of the engine in the convertible? I like the wheels on the 300, but I would suggest Magnum 500's. Can't go wrong.
I will get more pics of tag and engine in the 300 when I get them back from storage. As far as the rim I few guys have done magnums and they do look great but I had the 15 rallies with new tires in the shed so I put them on and for me I love the looks
This one was posted for a New York minute, as soon as I got pics it was deleted. No response from the owner.