February 5, 2020
When we ran into the owner of this 1979 Chrysler Cordoba last July at the Clutch Artists Summerama in Williamsville, he told us he’s had the car since it was new. (If you’re reading this too early in the day to be bothered with doing the math, that’s 40 years!) In their promotional literature, Chrysler called it “The personal car with the luxury touch.” From our experience, not only is it rare to see a Cordoba these days (cue the Ricardo Montalban impersonators), imagine finding one in this condition with the factory T-Bar Roof still in working condition! No, those wheels aren’t from the factory, but the beautiful Teal Green Sunfire Metallic paint is. Not seen in the photos, the interior is in a matching Teal Green. Nice!
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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