Chrysler, Dodge or maybe Desoto?

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    All I can say is this was my Grandaddy's new car and he never owned anything but Chrysler products.
    I'm gonna go with the consensus below and, based on the label on the slide, call it a '61 Chrysler.

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    1. ALLIZ in Wonderland [deleted] 87 months ago | reply

      Sure looks a nice car.

    2. Sweet_chicago1 87 months ago | reply

      I think thats a Chrysler...just because the back fin...

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    3. Gravityx9 87 months ago | reply

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    4. mandalaybus 87 months ago | reply

      Looks like a 1960 or 61 Chrysler. Beautiful car!

    5. Toyman's TOY ROOM [deleted] 87 months ago | reply

      wonderful shot ... I think Chrysler

    6. John Falkenstine 85 months ago | reply

      I had one of these back in 1972. Jukebox drive (pushbutton actuation of the transmission). 412 Cubic inch V8. Fishbowl instrument "globe". It looked like a rocketship, with the huge engine it went like one. Fantastic car.

    7. slimwhitman81 46 months ago | reply

      1961 Chrysler Newport

    8. *hajee 40 months ago | reply

      He looks like Ricky Ricardo.

    9. Sweet Dreams & Flying Machines 40 months ago | reply

      Yah, they were buddies at the Copa Club.

    10. *hajee 40 months ago | reply

      Well, this is how men dressed at that time, my dad included. Great pic!

    11. Sweet Dreams & Flying Machines 40 months ago | reply

      Thanks.
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