A 1970 Chrysler 300H convertible, used to promote Hurst aftermarket performance products, will forever be associated with racing queen Linda Vaughn. The unique vehicle is now on sale on eBay. The vehicle is affectionately know as the “Parade Float,” according to the seller, because it crisscrossed the country in the 1970s with iconic beauty queen Linda Vaughn perched on top of a platform.
Chrysler hit the nail directly on the head when launching their reinvented 2005 “300” to the world. Not to be outdone by the original 1955 model, the massively, brash grille, wide body, user-friendly controls and stylish wheel packages of this American standard set the market afire — especially within the urban community …
Round 1 – American muscle cars – Chevrolet SS vs 300 SRT We take 2 American muscle sedans out on the track to see which best satisfies the need for speed. Chevrolet is back in the American muscle car game with the new SS, although we have Australia to thank for this big brawny sedan. […]
Likes: Euro interior Aggressive technologies Sport styling 295hp 3.6L V6 Intuitive and easy to use Uconnect system Dislikes Underpowered base engine Disappointing optional premium audio system Limited headroom and legroom for rear passengers As we all know most valued items of possession simply get better with time. Whether it’s aging wine, a classic car collection […]
The new Jeep Renegade was just revealed at the 2014 Geneva Auto Show, and the public is officially intrigued. This vehicle would seem to have a lot of unique options and abilities, and as a result the public is eager to learn more. Here are the most common questions I’ve seen, and my best attempt […]
eBay Garage: Chrysler Imperial (Custom or LeBaron Series ?) Discovered in the eBay Garage this week is a 1962 Chrysler Imperial purchased on eBay by a devoted owner. Thankfully, the owner is retired and enjoys talking about his car because he gets a lot of thumbs “up” and queries when cruising around town. A little […]