RealRides of WNY - 1977 Cordoba

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, youknow the show.) We’re not going to print those wordshere, but needless to say it’s difficult to have a discussion about the 1977 Chrysler Cord

RealRides of WNY - 1979 Cordoba

When we ran into the owner of this 1979 Chrysler Cordobalast July at the Clutch Artists Summeramain 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 experienc

RealRides of WNY - 1975 Chrysler Cordoba

(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