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1968 Chrysler 300
To that end, I find myself being rather smitten with 1968 Chrysler 300 convertibles. In case you're not familiar with this car, here are some pictures of a car listed for sale in Texas. I'm not promoting this dealer. I'm just offering this link as a good source of pictures.
I know absolutely zero about these cars other than it appears you can get a pretty nice one (a convertible, naturally) for less money than a '62 Eldorado convertible - which partially accounts for my attraction.
I think these cars look pretty cool. And, being a 1968, they have more modern conveniences and, one would assume, better engineering than cars from the early 1960's which has generally been my preference.
I'm turning to you guys to fill me in on the basic "street-level" scoop. There is a club specifically for 300's (both letter and non-letter series). But, I'm not ready to jump into the deep end of the pool just yet.
So, let's hear some insightful comments.