It’s not easy to come up with a list of 1980s cars that most enthusiasts would consider “collectible,” but the 1982 Chrysler LeBaron convertible is one that probably belongs in the conversation.
Viper Club of America to acquire parts for iconic car directly from Dodge New agreement preserves historic and excess Viper-specific parts inventory FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., Feb. 16 /PRNewswire/ — The Viper Club of America, the Dodge Viper ownership group that has represented over 25,000 members and countless other Viper owners from around the world...
Sept. 28, 1929 marked an important moment in Chrysler Building history
Owner of 1948 Chrysler Town & Country convertible campaigns to join list of Classics.
The 1961 Chrysler 300G was still considered a part of the high-performance market by those who appreciated brute horsepower in a luxury automobile. It was a limited-edition automobile, precision built for the connoisseur of careful craftsmanship and superb engineering.
Chrysler engineers created a wild ride from a '49 business coupe.
OCW Columnist Ron Kowalke ruminates on Chrysler's submerged concept car - the Norseman; the upcoming auction of the impressive Jay Weinberg collection; and offers auction summaries from Mecum Kansas City, McCormick Palm Springs and Barons Christmas Classic.
Jack Eeles' 1939 Chrysler Royal sedan was once so babied that it was parked in a living room. Eeles bought the car in 1975 with 17,000 miles on it, and he's had it on the road a lot since then.
In the early days, Chrysler was far from having the leading edge in the old car hobby. Why? Did it relate to the cars? Lack of innovations? No excitement? Poor style? Bad performance? Probably none of these. More than anything, it was timing.