March 20, 2022
If like us you’ve been attending area cruise-ins/car shows these past few years, undoubtedly you’ve come across this wild 1958 Chrysler Windsor once or twice. On this occasion we saw it at this year’s Cavalcade of Cars a few weeks ago in Hamburg. You can tell it was likely a Windsor by the front end. Chrysler had three different configurations for MY 1958 (and as we saw a while back, again for 1959): the Windsor (which shared a platform with the Dodge, and thus used part of its front clip); the Saratoga/New Yorker, which had a cleaner look (IMO) in the upper grille/hood/headlamps area; and the 300, with the huge, trapezoidal opening first seen in 1957. See them all below.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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