1953 Plymouths

The 1953 Plymouth was sleek, straighter, and more modern than its predecessors. The car seemed stubby and tall although "long and low" were the most selling cars at the time. The 1953 wheelbase set at 114 inches, which was less than halfway between the 111 "short...

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Chrysler Collections

  The 1949 to 52 Chrysler products were boxy and practical though not svelte, their look cost Chrysler a lot of sales through 1953, they were improved. Chrysler New Yorker was beautifully made and almost rust proof and would last a few hundred thousand miles with...

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Chrysler’s Engineering

  In the first half of the 1950s, Chrysler's corporation was well known for its engineering intelligence. The Chrysler New Yorker was the top popular model in the line because of its engineering and styling with boxy bodies. At the hedge of that engineering was...

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Amazing Classic Cars!

You may discover yourself inquiring, what is the definition of a classic car? A classic car is an older car that is sufficient in history and is worth restoring. One of the greatest car shows in the United States is called the Chicago Auto Show. This car show is...

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