1970 CHRYSLER 300, V-8, 124

1970 CHRYSLER 300, V-8, 124" wb

CHRYSLER 300 SERIES — (V-8) — The 300 face lift of the 1969 model paralleled the styling updates seen in the other 1970 Chryslers. Disappearing headlights were retained in the 300 series. A 300 emblem was placed in the center of the grille, which had black vertical bars. Two thin rectangular moldings were placed on either side of the center of the grille and were painted in red with bright edges. Taillamp design treatments differed from other 1970 models. On 300s they ran unobstructed, across the rear indented area of the bumper. Standard equipment included body accent stripes; all-vinyl or cloth and vinyl bucket seats; and TorqueFlite automatic transmission. This was the last year for the Chrysler convertible. The high-performance 300-H was a modified Chrysler 300 built by Hurst Performance Corp. It was offered with saddle color leather bucket seats; fiberglass power bulge hood (with functional air scoop); dual depresse ...


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