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                                         Jeep and Eagle & related Automobiles.    
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 1961 Chrysler New Yorker Town and Country

Wayne Cox,   Effingham, IL            

 

1936 Dodge KCL 6 PU 

Wayne Cox,   Effingham, IL      

 

1958 Plymouth Fury  ( has 1957 wheel covers )

Wayne Cox,   Effingham, IL   

 

1961 Chrysler Newport Town & Country,

1966 Plymouth Belvedere II  2Dr Ht

Wayne Cox,   Effingham, IL   

1958 Dodge Regal Lancer

Wayne Cox,   Effingham, IL   

1934 Plymouth PFXX 6 4Dr Sedan

Wayne Cox,   Effingham, IL   

 

 

1965 Plymouth Sport Fury Convertible

Wayne Cox,   Effingham, IL   

Paul Kosiek,   1960 Dodge Dart Pioneer Club Coupe


I purchased my 1960 Dodge Dart Pioneer in January of 2003.  I entered my car in your photo meet in 2005.  Since then I have repainted the car.  This summer I have received many awards and have had a lot of fun driving to and from the shows.  The car has come a long way, since 2003, a lot of the chrome has been redone, front and rear bumpers, mirrors and tail light bezels. 
It has a slant 6 and a automatic transmission.  The picture of the car has a special effect seen in the water, it says, "No Hemi".  My  license plate is "No Hemi 6", the joke was nobody wanted to buy this car because it didn't have a HEMI.  I said, "I don't need no stinking HEMI" - ( LOL )
 

1929 Chrysler Dual Cowl Phaeton

Patrick Russell. 

In 1929, Chrysler was trying to move upscale, to compete with Buick and Cadillac. The Model 75 was the vehicle intended for this purpose.  To directly compete, Chrysler made a wide range of models, some of which were quite limited.  The Sport Phaeton production was limited to just 238 cars; the body being produced at Hayes Body Corporation in Grand Rapid, Michigan.  There are only 6 1929 Dual Cowl Phaetons know at this point. My Chrysler was produced on October 29, 1929; "Black Tuesday" and was originally sold in Bellville Illinois.  It is a wonderful touring car, and is driven several hundred miles every year.

 

    Ray Gomm /  England
   1950 Chrysler Imperial Deluxe Sedan /  The Colonel
 
    Ray Gomm - aka "The Big Bloke"
    Ambassador to The Pirates - www.thepirates.co.uk
    Co-Founder of The Old Crocs Classic Car Group  www.oldcrocs.com

1937 Chrysler Cabriolet,  Bruno Costers,  Vosselaarm Belgium

This special 1937 Chrysler has custom coachwork by Tuscher and CO. of Zurich, Switzerland.  This car would have been built and sold as a Plymouth in North America,  but in Europe ( as was typical of these ) was badged and sold as a Chrysler.   The car was shipped to Switzerland some time in January, 1937 as a rolling chassis with engine, transmission, front clip and fenders but without the body work from the cowl back, which was subsequently built by Tuscher and CO.  

 

1966 Chrysler 300 convertible. 

David Pickering, Calgary, Alberta Canada  

  1954 Plymouth Belvedere

Wayne Cox,  Effingham, Illinois

1961 Dodge Polara Hardtop Wagon

Wayne Cox,  Effingham, Illinois
 












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