The Electronic Newsletter of the Chrysler 300 Club International
This Newsletter is published for the members of the Chrysler 300 Club International. All rights reserved. Publication will be at irregular intervals. Not responsible for errors or omissions.

Issue 18 February X, 2015
In This Issue
Club Events
Feature Stories
Tech Articles
Video Corner
Down the Road
Members Say
Final Thought
Chrysler 300 Club International
PO Box 40
Benson, MD., 21018

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I think the freezer
deserves a light as well.
And we are off to 2015! I hope 2014 was a good one for you.
This newsletter is for you. Let us know what you'd like to see. Your opinions are always welcome and you can click here for the feedback form.
Club Events
Future Meets:

Spring 2015: Bentonville, Arkansas, April 22 to 25, 2015 hosted by Ray Jones. Click here for details.

Fall 2015: In Macungie, PA, hosted by Mark Souders, Tony Rinaldi, and Tony Bevacqua. July 29 - August 3, 2015 for a Joint Meet celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the Chrysler 300 Marque.
Spring 2016: Hosted by Keith and Judy Boonstra in Holland, Michigan. Details to follow in future editions of the newsletters.
Fall 2016: To Be Announced

For more information, contact our meet coordinator Ray Jones at
Feature Stories
Tech Articles

-=- Turn Signal Switch Installation Update
(Video 7:34)(1964 Chrysler)
Private need to change

We are looking for new technical articles. Please send whatever you think is helpful to

Video Corner


Down the Road Old, needs new
We can use your assistance with some projects;

We are collecting information on Letter Car trunks. Correct carpets, jacks and tools, placement, instruction cards, etc. If you can assist, contact Carl Bilter at

We are collecting information on spark plug wire brackets for the J and ram K. If you can assist, contact Bob at

We would like to improve the quality of the thumbnail pictures at the bottom section of our home page,
If you have a high resolution photo of a Letter Car, please send to
Members Say
Don Verity writes:
Here are some pictures of the ongoing reconstruction of the C as I turn my attention to the exhaust system. In the left picture I have one side replaced and the other side shows the exhaust pipes and mufflers that were on the car when I got it. The picture to the right is the old system -- like nothing I have ever seen. I must have taken 50 pounds of weight off the car with the mufflers and home made brackets. It is nice and quiet now.

Write us with whatever might be on your mind.
If you like picture puzzles, here are new ones. Take your pick of the ---

And now for
the bad news;
Our only chain saw
is in the trunk.

The restoration began 30 years ago and is now completed.,
This F will once again be on the road for our Macungie meet.