1961 Chrysler NewportReview
1961 Chrysler Newport Town And Country Station Wagon — After all these years, it still is very dependable. Just hop in and go....anywhere. Lots of room, good power, outstanding handling (thanks to Torsion-Aire). Cheap to maintain, and styling that has never been matched. A true testament to engineering and styling.
Pros: Uncompromised Styling, Easy Maintenance, Seating for 9, Luggage Rack, Pleasure to drive, Simple to Park
Cons: Styling odd to some, Trim pieces hard to find, No FM, 8-track, Cassette, or CD (not even Reel-to-Reel)
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