Engine:5.9L 5917CC 361Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
Exterior Color: Gray
Interior Color: Black
Number of Cylinders: 8
Drive Type: U/K
colonial heights, VA, United States
I am selling my 1962 Chrysler Newport starts and runs as is. I have had it for about 4 years. As you can see all the body work has been done and all the floor pans to include trunk pan have been replace. There is no rust on this car. . I have every piece of chrome the goes down both sides of the car, along with all chrome molding that goes around all the windows.I have all of the glass which is all in perfect condition. Complete rewire kit from bumper to bumper from painless. The car runs and drives great. Mopar 400 used block, brand new black carpet, seat belts, power window systems for all four doors, two arm rests, original dash never used or installed…front and rear matching seats redone all the way down to the coils. Hooker headers for dual exhaust and two flow master mufflers. Brand new radiator, ac compressor, 600cfm carb , chrome air cleaner. Brand new manifold, all seals for the entire vehicle brand new. I have boxes of more misc parts that will come with the car. Jeff 254-251-1214
The sixth edition of the Kelley Blue Book Brand Image Awards have crowned a wide range of winners - in a couple of cases the recipient of the laurels might say more about KBB users than they do about the actual winner. Compiled from the responses of more than 12,000 shoppers on KBB.com over the past year, there are 13 categories broken into non-luxury, luxury and truck segments "representing the combined wisdom of the American car-buying public."
The award categories have been revamped this year, with some dropping off, some new ones appearing and at least one other given a new term. What isn't surprising is that Honda won Most Trusted Brand for the second year running, Best Value Brand for the third year in a row and took Best Overall Brand, which wasn't on last year's list of awards.
On our own shores, in the non-luxury categories Chrysler got Most Refined Brand and Buick took Best Value Luxury Brand. Neither one of those marques won anything in last year's Brand Image Awards, while Cadillac, which won Best Interior Design Brand and Best Comfort Brand last year - those awards disappeared this year - went home without a single accolade.
Wards Auto reports the future of Dodge is looking uncertain. Fiat has more or less laid out it's game plan for the next few years, and while the Chrysler, Fiat and Jeep lines are set to receive plenty of love, Dodge isn't so lucky. Fiat has already hobbled Dodge significantly by splitting off the brand's trucks into a separate Ram line.
Wards says that after the Avenger rides off into the sunset early next year, Fiat-Chrysler won't replace the model, leaving a gaping midsize hole in the Dodge lineup. The report also cites unnamed sources as saying that at least two other current Dodge products will move to the Chrysler line.
One of those could very well be the Grand Caravan. Chrysler has already made it clear that it plans to trim redundancy between its minivan offerings, but it has yet to clarify which other vehicle could sail under the Chrysler banner moving forward. Either way, such changes to the product line would theoretically leave Dodge with just four models.
Consumer Reports has released its Annual Auto Reliability Survey and the results are, in a word, interesting. While we already covered the score-damaging effects of infotainment systems, there's another big angle to the data that's getting some attention - the utterly dismal scores of the Detroit Three's small car offerings.
The turbocharged Dodge Dart and Chevrolet Cruze, as well as the Ford Fiesta were their respective brands' lowest-scoring models, a stat that's made worse by the fact that the American automakers finished 25th, 21st and 23rd, respectively.
That's not acceptable for The Detroit Free Press' auto critic, Mark Phelan, who has penned a scathing critique of the D3's small car reliability scores, arguing that GM, Ford and Chrysler are "out of excuses."