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  1. Chrycodriver

    Hello from Canada

    Thanks! Not looking for a ground-up resto, but something more mid-level...hopefully the opportunity will present itself
  2. Chrycodriver

    Hello from Canada

    A sad story that continues to play itself out across Canada and the United States...
  3. Chrycodriver

    Hello from Canada

    Thanks for the welcome and you are correct, I retired from Chrysler Transport last year. If you are from St. Thomas, you probably see a few of our trucks in town where we make a pick up for the new Mack Ave Plant in Detroit, or maybe on the 401, as we run between the terminal at Windsor Assembly...
  4. Chrycodriver

    Hello from Canada

    Haha. I have the car up on jackstands, so I was able to slide that deck right underneath for storage this winter....
  5. Chrycodriver

    Hello from Canada

    How about just a peak? All I can do until I clear and organize all the things piled on top of it. Haha
  6. Chrycodriver

    Hello from Canada

    Hi. Longtime Mopar enthusiast here. Recent Chrysler retiree also. I currently own a 1979 Chrysler 300. Unfortunately, I panicked and sold my 1969 Superbee in 2009 during Chrysler's bankruptcy when the future of the company and my job was in doubt. Of course, I regret that decision to this day...
  7. Chrycodriver

    1979 Chrysler 300 Registry

    I also had a 1979 300 that was red. It truly was an appearance package only. Warmed over Cordoba with stock 2bbl 360 with Lean burn and A904 transmission. Regular duty rotors and drums, standard Cordoba/Magnum XE suspension and single exhaust. It rotted out and I scrapped it around 2004, but...
  8. Chrycodriver

    1979 Chrysler 300 Registry

    Hi. Here is another 79 300 for your registry. On a side note, I retired after 33 years out of the Chrysler Windsor Assembly Plant where they were built. In one of the posts in the thread the Canadian model was described as an appearance package only. My Canadian 300 has the E58 360 police...
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