Monday, July 28, 2014

1967 Chrysler Newport Custom

As the cheapest model of the Chrysler lineup, the Newport had the least amount of chrome and trim--though there was still a lot! For 1967, the Custom was introduced, and included various upgrades to match its higher price. Engine options for the fourth generation here included the high-hp 383 and 440--though all that power was necessary to haul around the Newport's huge mass. This Custom shows off the square styling introduced for '67, almost as imposing as an Imperial.
 
 
 
 

4 comments:

  1. I like the taillights. Always have caught my eye

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  2. I owned a '68 Fury VIP with a 318 2 barrel and had no trouble hauling that cars copious 19 foot ass. Big blocks were not necessary.

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  3. Truely amazing car, contacted the owner. I own the exact same car in my garage right now but with 20k less miles. Been looking for years for another like mine, hopefully we can strike a deal and his Newport custom will be sitting right next to mine in the garage.

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  4. Truely amazing car, contacted the owner. I own the exact same car in my garage right now but with 20k less miles. Been looking for years for another like mine, hopefully we can strike a deal and his Newport custom will be sitting right next to mine in the garage.

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