Dave and Kya Mason write:
Here are pictures of the K in San Angelo, TX. We bought this from Rayford Reese. He had it for 20 years and
kept it in great shape. The paint and interior are very good. We can't wait to get it home.
Bob Podstawski writes:
Here is a goodie for working under the dash or other dark spots. It is
better than a headlight as they shine where you work. You can hold your head in any position and get a better view as your work area is always lit up. I got these on Amazon.
Al Stauder writes:
Virgil won Best of Class as well as Triple H People's Award at the Triple H Equitherapy Corvette car show. It is so cool how people are attracted to this car. All the kids think it is the real batmobile.
Ron Kurtz writes:
Thanks to all who responded about getting the gear off the hub on my E wheel covers. I used a hacksaw with level strokes in the gear "valley" cutting through until the geared actually popped open - no cuts into the metal hubs. Took about 10 min. to do all four. It is great that the club store has new gears.
Kevin Westbrook writes:
I recently bought a tach and speedometer cable from Atlas for the F. They looked like they didn't have any lubricant on them
so I asked. They replied: "They were lubed with graphite during assembly but feel free to use more as needed."
Here is a picture of the beast. She is coming along in good shape.
Nick Taylor writes;
Here's a picture of my two 1960 Chryslers together for the first time.
The wagon has been stuck in my shop as it won't start after sitting in a garage in Indiana for 40 years. Swapped spaces in the house garage with my 300F so I could put new bumpers and tires on the F and change the starter. The wagon will wait for another day.
Al Peirish of Oregon writes;
I was looking at the Chrysler 300 production numbers on your website, and wonder if my convertible is one of the ones listed as a survivor. It is.
Mine is a 1957 300 C Convertible [Gaugin Red] like the one featured in the latest issue of Hemmings Classic Cars. Vin 3N572004, built in April, 1957. I have owned it for nearly 57 years.
My car has not been road driven since 2003 but I am now anxious to finish the restoration I started back then.
My car does not have the pedigree that many others do. It was purchased new, and resided in Hollywood California for the first five years of it's life. I bought it from the second owner who had it from 1962-1965. I am the third owner. The second owner removed the engine, and used it in his drag racing boat. I bought it with a standard 392 hemi passenger engine that I rebuilt to 300 specs in 1968. I kept in touch with the owner for several years hoping to someday get the engine back, but unfortunately the boat crashed and sunk in a deep lake in Nevada, and is still at the bottom as far I know. I was never able to find out the name of the celebrity who purchased it new. In 1969, I painted it "Pink Pearl" with a pink & white naugahyde interior totally destroying the pedigree. If there is a "record" for my car, it might be for the most unfavorable comments at any Chrysler show.
There are a couple of records that I may be aiming for:  longest ownership for a 300 C Convertible,
 driven through more states in the US, or most miles cross country. I have driven it twice cross country on different routes, and it has been in at least half of the states. It has resided in four states under my ownership: California twice, Texas, Montana, and Oregon. It may not be soon, but I fully intend to have it on the highway once again, with a Gaugin Red paint job.
John Chesnutt writes:
Our member, Herschel McGriff of Green Valley, AZ, was
featured in the Sports Page of the Portland Oregonian Newspaper.
Here is the story.
Hershel bought his 1970 300 Hurst new in 1970 in Portland, OR.
Thanks Andy for putting a picture of his 300H on the cover page of the 300
Club News, Winter 2022. As printed in the Club News,
he used it to tow one of his race cars for 10 - 12 years.
Arlys and I will see you at the 300 Fall meet in Pasadena. We made our hotel
Allan Pozdol writes;
I recall that there were some questions regarding our AFB carbs.
Here is a link that will tell you everything you ever wanted to know, and a lot you never wanted to know!
Details galore. Big file, so download here:
Bob Merritt writes;
We did it last year and
people say they wannado it
again this year, so we will
have a mini-meet in little old
Auburn, NY at Merritt's place July 23.
There will probably be a free lunch
like there was last year about noonish
and of course it will rain because whenever
I do a meet it rains.
It will be just a casual afternoon affair, maybe
a tour of the garages, we'll play it by ear and
see which way the wind blows.
At this point we are looking
to get a rough head count. Give a shout to