64 Chrysler 300

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  1. yellerspirit

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    Another one-picture wonder....

    Come on, people!
     
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    One f'n pic and you do not telll me a dammnnn thing about the car that I can't see from the one pic...

    Please lister,, please do not exert your lazy ass...................... !
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    It's butchered. Just look at the front seat. Maybe, that's why Lisa's keeping a lazy finger
     
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    patrick80 Wagonista!

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    Change the seat out, then!
     
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    What's wrong with the seat?
     
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    Since when were factory headrests available in 1964?
     
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    Dan Scully Well-Known Member

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    In 64 you could headrests as an option on both seats, on one seat only ( pass or driver) or none at all. The seats I pulled from 64 had a factory headrest on the pass side only. DSC02862.JPG
     
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    Oh dear. I was under the impression that in '64, headrests were still at an experimental stage
     
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    OrthmannJ Hillbilly Deluxe

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    I have always loved these cars. I'd love to do one with a modern Hemi powertrain swap.

    Too bad there is such scant info on this one.
     
  11. Poison_Ivy

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    The most you could get was a 413 big block. The hemis were kept for the intermediates

    http://www.chrysler300site.com/cgibin/history.cgi?1964


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