February 2, 2021
How many of you can read this entire piece without hearing the immortal words of the actor who played “The mysterious Mr. Roarke” on tv starting in the 1970s? (That’s how he’s described on the IMDb page of… well, you know the show.) We’re not going to print those words here, but needless to say it’s difficult to have a discussion about the 1977 Chrysler Cordoba without saying… well, you know the phrase. New features this year included “…a new classic grille texture and luxury taillamps.” Available at extra cost was the “Crown roof in padded elk-grain vinyl, with unique opera windows and rear window treatment, illuminated by a slender band of light that extends across the roof.” Whew! If that wasn’t to your taste, there were two other roof treatments available, as well as a sunroof and a T-Bar roof (see them all below). Today’s RealRide (with its Landau vinyl roof) was seen a couple of summers ago at a cruise night at The Wurlitzer Building in North Tonawanda.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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