American Cars, 1960-1972: Every Model, Year by Year by J. Kelly Flory

By J. Kelly Flory

The car underwent nice swap within the Nineteen Sixties and the early Seventies. the continued development towards marketplace consolidation, the proliferation of sizes and nameplates, and the "need for speed" characterised this era, loosely categorized because the muscle motor vehicle era.

This is an exhaustive reference paintings to American made automobiles of version years 1960-1972. prepared via yr (and summarizing the marketplace annually), it offers a every year replace on each one make's prestige and creation figures, then info all versions provided for that year.

Model listings comprise to be had physique kinds, base costs, engine and transmission offerings, strength rankings, common gear, significant ideas and their costs, lessen weight and dimensions (interior and exterior), paint colour offerings, alterations from the former year's version, and revenues figures. additionally given are meeting plant destinations and ancient overviews of every version nameplate.

The ebook is profusely illustrated with 1,018 photos.

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2 is for Crown); 0 for 1960; 4th digit is assembly plant code; and 100001 and up for serial number. Body style numbers found on body plate. Example: 9203100001 is a 1960 Imperial Crown, serial number 100001, built in Detroit, MI. , V8 350 Torqueflite Automatic S Paint Colors Major Options Heater and defroster Air conditioning Auto Pilot automatic speed control Solex tinted glass Rear window defogger Power door locks Power driver’s seat/Bench seat Power windows Electric Touch-Tuner radio w/pwr.

Current bodystyle lifespan: 1960 through 1964 (Letter series — major restyle in 1963). Predecessor to this model: 300 (Letter series; 1957 to 1959). Replacement for this model: 300-L (1965). 24%. Corporate siblings: Chrysler Saratoga, New Yorker and DeSoto Adventurer. Primary competition: Ford Thunderbird. Notable changes: Completely restyled. 00 × 14 WSW tires. Wheelbase Length Width Height Legroom — front Legroom — rear Headroom — front Headroom — rear Cargo capacity (cu. 0 Models Available Style Number Base MSRP 300-F 2-Door Hardtop 300-F 2-Door Convertible TOTALS PC-3 23 $5,411 PC-3 27 $5,841 Avg.

62%. Corporate siblings: None. Primary competition: None. Notable changes: Revised trim and detail changes. 70 × 15 BSW tires. Measurements Wheelbase Length Width Height Legroom — front Legroom — rear Headroom — front Headroom — rear Cargo capacity (cu. 4 Models Available Style Number Corvette 2-Door Convertible TOTALS Base MSRP 0867 $3,872 Avg. 08% Shipping Wt. ” All new 1960 Chrysler models were built with unitbody construction. This meant that all major body components were welded to the frame instead of bolted, with the ensuing effect to be more rigidity and less noise.

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