Classic Chrysler

  • ELECTRIC FUTURE AS MIRAFIORI MAKES 80

    ELECTRIC FUTURE AS MIRAFIORI MAKES 80

    Matt Bell on 24th July 2019

    We reported recently on the major investment in the Castle Bromwich plant to produce Jaguar’s future electric vehicles and a similar plan has been announced for Fiat’s historic Mirafiori plant in Turin, reckoned to be one of the oldest European automotive factories still in operation.

  • CONCOURS DE L’ORDINAIRE CARS CHOSEN

    CONCOURS DE L’ORDINAIRE CARS CHOSEN

    Matt Bell on 28th June 2019

    Judges have sifted through a record entry of ‘ordinary’ classics to choose their final contenders for this summer’s Concours de l’Ordinaire, which will take place as part of Hagerty’s sixth annual Festival of the Unexceptional on July 20.

  • US CARS FOR THE UK

    US CARS FOR THE UK

    Matt Bell on 29th January 2019

    Traditionally, American cars haven’t sold especially well in Britain. Barring the occasional pimp’s Cadillac in the mid 1970s and the odd Viper, the British haven’t found the flamboyance of American excess quite in tune with their tastes. But that hasn’t stopped them from trying over the years.

  • MARKET TRENDS – AMERICAN CARS IN BRITAIN

    MARKET TRENDS – AMERICAN CARS IN BRITAIN

    Matt Bell on 21st January 2019

    In this Market Trends we look towards the American car industry’s efforts in Britain in the Nineties; the Chrysler Voyager, Jeep Cherokee XJ and Cadillac STS.

  • NEW AGE CLASSIC – CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE

    NEW AGE CLASSIC – CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE

    Matt Bell on 18th April 2018

    Built during the union of Daimler and Chrysler, the Crossfire is essentially a first-generation SLK, sharing 80% of its components. So why did it get a bad reputation here?

  • Retro Ads – CHRYSLER HORIZON

    Retro Ads – CHRYSLER HORIZON

    Glenn Rowswell on 25th August 2017

    What we knew here in the UK as the Chrysler Horizon was also sold in America in various guises, including the Plymouth Horizon shown here.