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The Chrysler automobile range was completely restyled by Virgil Exner, regarded as one of the founders of 'New Line Design'. The Windsors & more upmarket Newports were more rounded & had wrap around windshields. In 1954 Exner introduced the "Forward Look" & the first tail fins on a Chrysler appeared influenced by his encounter with the 1947 Cisitalia Aerodinamica Savonuzzi. Exner believed that the fins on the Newport Coupé improved the aerodynamics though in fact they were more decorative & ornamental than functional.
The Newport has auto transmission (transmission has just been re-built) with a 331 cu in polyspherical V8 engine with power pack increasing hp from 225 up to 250. At 220.4" long & 78.8" wide, the car is large & imposing. Reliable & smartly presented in its striking black over red colour scheme & is a pleasure to drive. "As featured in Unique Cars Issue 313". Transfer of registration number NASSAU included in sale
Looking for a real head-turner, then look no further. 23,874 km on odometer only. Bought brand-new to build a show car & won 6 trophies. Always garaged & drove only weekend of course. All gold graphics & trims are done with Plasti Dip or decals, so that you can easily peel off completely
Original car, new white wall tyres, very rare in Australia. call Gary: 0413 330 539
Warm 265 Hemi 4 BBL, rare S Block with 904 Auto, LS 3.45 Centura rear end. Original Pacer instrumentation, 17x7 Billet wheels. Great car to drive. Lots of looks. Would not disappoint!
331 V8 auto. 2 spd push button hydroglide gearbox. 2 door hardtop. New brakes all round. Comes with original papers/advertisements (very rare). All import papers. Good condition
Classified by the Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) as an approved full classic; that is, "a fine or distinctive automobile ...a Classic was high priced when new & was built in limited quantities."
White ash & mahogany wood body rear of the firewall, with the back guards attached to the wooden body & has power roof operation. Rare & very collectable. With a wheelbase of 127.5 inches & overall length of 216.25 inches & width of 77.75 inches the Town & Country is propelled by a 323.5 cu in straight 8 cylinder engine with semi-automatic transmission with coil spring front suspension and semi-elliptical leaf rear suspension. This remarkable & very stylish vehicle runs & drives impeccably, whilst the quality of the wooden construction & detail would turn the head of a master boatbuilder! It was imported to Australia in early 2011 & is the only known example on the road in Australia. Transfer of Victorian registration plates "NY 1947" is included in the sale
9,495 miles. Rare Chrysler 3 window coupe.
12" hydraulic brakes. Leather interior.
2pac paint & chrome in excellent condition.
3 speed gearbox, 8 cylinder.
In A1 condition
Auto. Sage green. Straight unpranged body with all brightwork in good condition. Few small rust spots easily fixed. Engine runs well, push button Torqueflight auto changes crisply. Original radio. 6" rims. 3 row radiator.
Immaculate condition. 2nd owner. Roadworthy condition. Certificate supplied upon sale.
New paint, carpet, full leather trim, electric roof,
digital dash everything works.
Fully loaded rare car.
All parts available was $23,500
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