The 1951-1954 Chrysler Imperial was the highest class of Chrysler, a car competing with the likes of Cadillac, Packard, and Lincoln. However, it suffered because of conservative upright styling. See pictures and get specs for this classic 1950s car.
The 1951-1954 Chrysler New Yorker wasn't stylistically breathtaking, but its advanced engineering drew applause. Few buyers realized it was almost impervious to rust, and would last a couple hundred thousand miles with minimal maintenance. Learn more.
The 1957-1959 Chrysler New Yorker was the happy result of a major overhaul at Chrysler in the mid-1950s. It featured a bold new design and an innovative automatic transmission for the time. Learn more about the New Yorker and see pictures of the car.
The 1957-1959 Imperial featured distinctive styling that set it apart from other Chrysler Corporation cars. And, the 1957 Imperial achieved one of the purest production interpretation of the aerodynamic wedge. Learn more about this classic.
The 1954 Chrysler GS-1 Special Coupe was a limited production car with an inspired design. It managed to break free from the reality of manufacturing capabilities and production economics. Read about the 1954 Chrysler GS-1 Special Coupe.
The 1951 Chrysler Saratoga Club Coupe is considered to be a sportier and more collectible Chrysler. This car was Chrysler's "hot rod" with the lighter Windsor body and the powerful Hemi V-8 instead of a six. See the 1951 Chrysler Saratoga Club Coupe.
The 1950 Chrysler Town & Country Newport was the last of its breed. The car was just as rare in 1950 as it is now; however, prices are quite reasonable despite the rarity of the car. Learn about the hard-to-find 1950 Chrysler Town & Country Newport.
The 1955-1956 Chrysler New Yorker Hardtop & Convertible has the "Hundred Million Dollar Look." With attractive styling and reasonable prices, this car is a must-have for most car collectors. Check out the handsome 1955-1956 Chrysler New Yorker.
The 1955-1956 Chrysler C300/300B was one of the most memorable performance cars ever made. The car featured the most powerful Hemi V-8 to date and was surprisingly satisfying to drive. Learn about the beautiful 1955-1956 Chrysler C300/300B.
The 1949-1954 Chrysler Imperial was known for its excellent engineering and craftsmanship. These cars were top of the line for Chrysler; however, they suffered from a poor driving experience. Learn more about the 1949-1954 Chrysler Imperial.
The 1957-1958 Chrysler 300C/300D have what are considered to be the best-looking tailfin Mopars ever. This car appeals to collectors because of the high appreciation potential. Find out more information on the stylish 1957-1958 Chrysler 300C/300D.