Out of all the NON letter cars out there,you will see allot of 2 door,4 door and 2 door convertible cars with NO window frames or full pillar in the center of the car.I have seen some USA Newports with them,but completely different trim packages.Since this is under the C28 body line of cars,there was only 2187 cars made.Now over the last 44 years,what has survived and not been use in a demo derby,not many.The other side of the coin is the Canadian trim package,since it,s a Windsor built car,and sold in Canada only,the numbers start to come down real fast.It,s still has the original interior and paint,motor,tranny,diff,etc,it,s a pain to find parts.When I do find parts,I need to buy the entire car for cost reasons to help reduce total possible problems ahead.It,s a joy to drive and people always stop with the same story and say that there uncle or dad had one and would put 6-8 kids in the car and go a ice cream or a drive.As this is true,as I have had 6 adults in the car and are very comfortable in it.It,s got plenty of power with the warmed over 383,it,s going to go better with the 451 stroker motor and the dual 4,s inline or the long ram intake,s I have for it.Either way it,s going to go,with the new 3+1 over drive tranny and some gear change in the rear.I will keep you posted,mrmopartech
Lovely car! I saw one of the later model letter cars sitting next to a Newport last summer. The 4-door hardtop/no post design is certainly a desireable feature. I remember my Dad's '65 Plymouth Fury 4 door no post car. No 383 but it was a nice cruiser.
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