1975 chrysler cordoba




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  • Chrysler Cordoba Pictures: See 13 pics for Chrysler Cordoba. Browse interior and exterior photos for Chrysler Cordoba. Get both manufacturer.

    Classics on Autotrader has listings for new and used Chrysler Cordoba Classics for sale near you. See prices, photos and find dealers near you.

    Chrysler Cordoba only has miles and runs and drives great. The interior is in great shape and the car has a clean title. -Vehicle is on consignment .

    1975 chrysler cordoba

    1975 chrysler cordoba

    Not What It Seems: Options included an inside hood release, electric rear defroster, intermittent wipers, and cornering lamps. For many more details on the Chrysler Cordobas, including radio options and such, see our main cars page. Sales plummeted even further, making the car and the Chrysler brand niche players.

    1975 chrysler cordoba

    1975 chrysler cordoba

    1975 chrysler cordoba

    1975 chrysler cordoba

    1975 chrysler cordoba

    Chrysler Cordoba Classics for Sale - Classics on Autotrader

    This drop-dead gorgeous creature is a Chrysler Cordoba and it only has 55, original miles on it! This car is ridiculously perfect!

    Even the trunk is perfect. Other than a now-rare Cordoba trim package available on the Chrysler Newport hardtop, the Cordoba that we all know and love was around from to with the , , and models being, by far, my favorite; the round-headlight cars. I mean, the exterior does. If you gave a ride to a young person under 30? Jeez, even the engine looks perfect! Are there any Cordoba fans out there? They are called polycast wheels. More than , sold in and likely just a few like this left.

    1975 chrysler cordoba

    Cordoba is a city in Spain and hiring Ricardo was part of that marketing plan. A personal luxury car that sold very well until the fuel crisis. Someone loved this car and I am surprised it is for sale.

    Vinyl is fine though when the car looks this good. A friend had an identical car and it held up well which surprised me at the time. I love this car in black and I think this well preserved one will sell quickly. I remember seeing the commercials for these cars with Ricardo Montalban 40 years ago.

    1975 chrysler cordoba

    Man that car rode and drove nice, it was like a living room on wheels. I always thought they said fine Corinthian leather? Back when we were teenagers my sister had the white twin to this. Hers was a 76 and had a with a 4bbl and true dual exhaust with the cat missing. It was a strong for the time running car. At the same time I had a 74 Mercury Cougar that had a Cleveland and similar mods.

    The crazy kids we were, we raced many times down two lane roads giving those cars all they had. Looking back I guess we are lucky to both be alive. Fun memories of a much simpler time. Much more luxurious than anything the old man had.

    Always wanted one but I need a truck. Worst thing about the s. Loved the s, which was the first time for a tilt steering wheel in a B-chassis-based Chrysler Corp vehicle. The bbl was a no-cost option, with the 4bbl single exhaust as standard. Had it for over , miles til headliner fell down on our heads! It ate ignition modules. Great riding but it ate front brakes in miles they replaced 4 times before they came out with a fix, larger vented front disks and finned rear drums.

    1975 chrysler cordoba

    That fixed the problem. My buddy in high school had one of these. From my house this car looks like it just rolled of the show room floor. It had some kind of funky floral print interior, it was so ugly that it was actually kinda kool. My Dad bought a new 75 Cordoba as soon as they came in out.

    We lived in California so it of course had cats and used unleaded fuel. The problems started the day he drove it home. These cars would built in Canada which is fine , but the tires were a very thin thread with lots of straight grooves. The tires would drop into the freeway groves and follow them. Problem is, anyone that has ever driven California freeways knows that the groves and the actual lanes are NOT the same.

    1975 CHRYSLER CORDOBA EXCEPTIONAL



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