October 3, 2022
This 1966 Chrysler 300 was seen recently at the 15thAnnual Kiwanis Car Cruise & Fall Festival in Pembroke. Interestingly, north of the border Chrysler offered the 300 as a two-door hardtop as well as a four-door hardtop and sedan; while the Canada-only 300 Sport came in two-door hardtop and convertible body styles. In the States, there was just the 300 series in the convertible, and two- and four-door hardtops (no 300 Sport for you!!!). Also in Canada, there was no Newport series, but they did get a Windsor series in its stead, perhaps as a nod to the Canadian city across the Detroit River (although, there is a Newport in Québec). The New Yorker was available in both countries — but I wonder why in Canada it wasn’t badged as a Torontonian? Lol…
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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