MIKE SAVAGE NEW CANAAN -
1957 CHRYSLER 300-C
Mike Savage of New Canaan, CT is a
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services and a muscle car enthusiast.
On November 29, 1956, Chrysler brought the '57 Chrysler 300-C to market and
billed it as "America's highest-performing auto". It had the choice of a Hemi
engine that sported a horsepower of 375 to 390, much more than most of its peer
autos at the time.
Power as well as Blazing Fast
The '57 Chrysler 300-C was the third variation of auto in Chrysler's 300 collection.
The 1957 Chrysler 300-C, a huge vehicle that sat low to the ground, contained
convenience and deluxe while having superb power and handing. Both of the
prior variations of the Chrysler 300 (the C300 as well as 300B) had actually won
the NASCAR Grand National Stock Car Championships along with the Women's
National Rate Trial Championships in both 1955 and 1956. So, it was not a surprise
when the '57 Chrysler 300-C beat the informal stock car document at the Chelsea
Confirmation Premises with a typical rate of 145.7 miles per hour. It likewise won
the "Traveling Mile" at Daytona with a full throttle of 134 mph. This was attained
with a base V-8 engine which drained 375 horse power at over 5,200 rpm.
Luxury as well as Comfort
The '57 Chrysler 300-C, based upon the New Yorker with lots of
changes, was developed making use of body-on-frame construction.
It had brand-new 14-inch wheels in addition to brand-new dual
headlights which permitted as much as 75 feet a lot more vision
when driving at night.
The '57 Chrysler 300-C featured a large windscreen, a special grill on
the front, front door air vent home windows, and also a red, white
and also blue symbol that sported the 300-C logo design. The back
had tail fins to aid stabilize the 300-C at broadband as well as twin
back-up lights that were established over big tail lamps. The exterior
shades were all monotone (red, environment-friendly, brownish,
white, or black) unless a unique order was made.
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