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Chrysler 300 - “America’s Most Powerful Car”

Chrysler 300 - “America’s Most Powerful Car”
A Veloce Classic reprint

By Robert Ackerson
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V4961 • Paperback • 25x20.7cm • 160 pages • 174 colour and b&w pictures

ISBN: 978-1-845849-61-0


£ 25.00 + P&P (eBook prices vary, and delivery is free)

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Features

• Available again after a long absence!
• The book of the original Chrysler 300 Series ‘letter cars’

Description

Available again!
This highly illustrated book presents the history of one of America’s greatest automobiles, the Chrysler 300. Every model’s specifications and role in Chrysler history is examined in detail. Includes sales and production records.

Synopsis

Available again after a long absence!
In 1951 Chrysler produced its first ever V8 engine – and what an engine it was! Technically advanced and featuring hemispherical combustion chambers, the new “Hemi-Head” engine produced much more power in relation to its capacity than any of its competitors could manage.
In 1955 the new Chrysler C-300 was launched. The new model combined muscle (300 horse-power), style (by Virgil Exner) and superb handling for what was a large car.
In its first year of production the new C-300 would win both major American stock car racing series: NASCAR and AAA. So began the legend and for each of the next ten years a new 300 model, identified by a different letter of the alphabet, would appear.
Here, from C-300 to 300L, is the full story of Chrysler’s famous 300 Letter series - “America’s Most Powerful Car.”

Independent Reviews

Don’t delay if you want a copy of Chrysler 300 -“America’s Most Powerful Car,” as this is one of Veloce’s limited “Classic Reprint Series.” ... Heartily recommended as the best book dedicated to the first generation 300 models.
Norm Mort

   

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