The 1951 Chrysler New Yorker introduced the legendary "Hemi" engine named for its half-dome combustion chamber. It produced more horsepower per cubic inch than any other engine around. Learn about this classic convertible.
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The 1988 Chrysler LeBaron GTC was a glamorous new droptop based on a dull boxy little K-car. This LeBaron line maintained Chrysler's position as maker of America's best-selling convertible. Learn about this classic convertible with photos.
The 1963 Plymouth Sport Fury was a top-of-the-line convertible with a handsome new look. The Furys Sports came standard with a 318 V-8 producing a mild 230-horsepower. Learn more about this classic convertible.