November 4, 2016
(Day 5 of MoparWeek)
If you were alive and drivin’ during the 1970s, this might be one of the cars you drooled over, as the personal luxury coupe was a hot segment back when OPEC pushed gasoline prices all the way up to $1.98/gal. Yikes!
This 1975 Chrysler Cordoba was one of over 150,000 to leave the Windsor, Ontario assembly plant, some equipped with, as Ricardo Montalban famously told us in Chrysler’s television ads, soft Corinthian leather. (The “fine” Corinthian leather catch-phrase he’s been credited with over the years is a myth.) Saw this one over the summer in the parking lot of The Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum.
— Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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