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1964 Chrysler 300 K Convertible

All new styling by Virgil Exner characterized Chryslers of this period, billed as having "the crisp, clean, custom look."  Whether it was good or not is debatable, but the 300 letter series was the cleanest of the range, with a blacked out grille and conservative side treatment.

The 1963 300 J (Chrysler skipped the letter "I" in the alphabetical sequence) was offered in hard top only, and in just one state of tune.  It lacked the traditional emblem and bright spear that had graced 300 rear fenders since 1957.

Few 1963's were sold.  Sales rebounded with the 1964 300 K to set a new record.  The convertible was reinstated and a choice of two power stages was offered, including a ram-induction 413 boasting 390 BHP.



KSNV-DT
Las Vegas, Nevada

KRNV-DT
Reno, Nevada

KENV-DT
Elko, Nevada

KPVI-DT
Pocatello, Idaho

KXTF-DT
Twin Falls, Idaho

KTVH-DT
Helena, Montana

KCWY-DT
Casper, Wyoming

KCHY-DT
Cheyenne, Wyoming

KYMA-DT
Yuma, Arizona


 

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