Plymouth Road Runner

Plymouth Roadrunner The smog-era Road Runner was similar to AMC’s AMX of the smog-era. Well, not literally, but the way it was bounced from model to model as essentially a trim package. Each were based on several model variations in a short time. In the Road Runner’s case, it was on the Satellite Sebring, then […]
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Dodge Charger S.E.

Dodge Charger S.E. The Charger nameplate ended its run temporarily after 1974. In 1975 the name returned, in a sense. Looking much like a Chevy Monte Carlo of the time, Dodge’s new B-body was christened ‘Charger S.E.’, which stood for ‘Charger Special Edition’. Standard engine was a 360 CID 2bbl V8 (180hp). The smaller 318 […]
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Plymouth Satellite Sebring

    Satellite The Sebring was the 2-door coupe version of the later Satellite line, and was on a shorter wheelbase at 115 inches, vs 117 on the Satellite sedan. It had just received updated front sheetmetal for 1973. Sebring and Sebring Plus were the two main trim levels. Standard engine in the Sebring base […]
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Chrysler New Yorker

Chrysler New Yorker The New Yorker had many generations, even during the time frame presented on this site. The ’73s were the last of the generation that was around since 1969. These had only the 440 V8. New Yorkers were redesigned for 1974, which might have made them look a little more like a big […]
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Chrysler 300

Chrysler (Cordoba) 300 The 1979 Chrysler 300 was based on the Cordoba. The grill was unique to the model. It featured a standard 360 CID 4bbl V8 that made 195 horsepower. This was a one year experiment meant as a tribute to the original Chrysler 300 cars. Related Pages: Chrysler Division Chrysler Cordoba Chrysler page […]
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Chrysler Cordoba

Chrysler Cordoba If there’s not a more stereotypical car from the 70s, the Cordoba is it. Made famous by Ricardo Montalban for its ‘rich Corinthian leather’, these cars are not easily forgotten by most. Introduced for 1975, the ‘doba’ at first glance looked like a Chevy Monte Carlo from the same era. 318, 360, and […]
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Plymouth Fury

Fury The Fury for 1973— The last of a run that kept the same basic design since 1969. Body styles were hardtop coupe, hardtop sedan, post sedan, and station wagon. The ’73 Fury could even tow up to 7000 lbs. when properly optioned. A 318 CID 2bbl V8 was standard in the coupes/sedan, while a […]
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