- Pedigree, Power and Performance since 1955
- by Richard Ackerson
- Published April 2005 UK
- ISBN 1-9047883-90-4
- £34.99 UK
- Chrysler 300 - "America's Most Powerful Car"!
- The definitive history, in words and photos, of Chrysler’s legendary 'letter car' series from 1955 to the present day
- A fact-filled, colorful portrait of the Chrysler 300Complete specifications and other details of all Chrysler 300 models
- Contains hundreds of Chrysler 300 color photos
- Detailed analysis of Chrysler 300 performance and appearance options
- An unequalled study of the Chrysler 300’s role in high performance history both on road and track
This carefully written and heavily illustrated book presents the history of one of America’s greatest automobiles, the Chrysler 300. Every 300 model’s features, performance, options and role in Chrysler history is examined in detail. There are hundreds of illustrations, most in colour, illustrating every 300 model, along with close-up shots of their unique interior and exterior features. Highlights of the book’s appendix include sales and production records and a review of the new 300’s close relative, the 2005 Dodge Magnum.
- 1955-C-300 1956-300B
- 1957-300C 1958-300D
- 1959-300E 1960-300F
- 1961-300G 1962-300H
- 1963-300J 1964-300K
- 2005 Chrysler 300
Robert Ackerson lives in Schenevus, NY, a small village near Cooperstown, the home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Formerly a public school teacher, he now writes full-time on a wide variety of automotive topics. He is the author of Veloce Publishing's two-volume history of the Ford F100 and F150 pickup. His interest in the history of the Chrysler 300 began when the C-300 debuted in 1955. Two years later he had his first driving experience with a 300C Convertible.
Cloth hardback. 208 pages. 250mm tall x 207mm. 260 plus illustrations (mostly color).
Veloce books are stocked by or can be ordered from bookshops by quoting the correct ISBN number. Books can also be ordered on our website - www.veloce.co.ukPublished 8 April 2005