Chrysler Facebook Page Showcases Iconic Models

July 19th, 2013 by

You have a vintage Chrysler model. It’s so beautiful
that you can’t even find the words to describe the vehicle’s grace and poise.
Fortunately, as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words, which is why the
American automaker is reaching out to owners of these retired beauties.
Specifically, they’re asking them to share their photos on the brand’s Facebook
page.

For those of you who may not know, every month the
American automaker asks proud owners to post photos of their vehicles. In April,
at the request of the brand, we enjoyed seeing an array of new
Chrysler
models set amongst some of the country’s most
scenic landscapes. Now, as we mentioned, it’s time for the equally sleek
vehicles of yester years to take the Facebook limelight.

True to eras past, and the enthusiasm of fans, the
brand’s official Facebook page became wonderfully flooded with images of
stylish rides boasting big tail fins and enthralling, elongated noses. To that
point, there’s even a dapper 1965 edition of the Chrysler
300
. Although different from those currently in our
Hollywood, FL showroom; it’s still an eye catcher after all
these years.

Amongst some of our other favorites at
Hollywood Chrysler Jeep, is the image of a 1947 Town and
Country. Boasting a sparkling red paint job and old-school luggage rack on the
rooftop, the model of days gone by was a sedan prior to morphing into today’s
popular minivan variant.  That’s pretty
neat.

If you’d like to see all of the antique models,
simply visit the automaker’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/Chrysler). Of
course if you’re looking for a new model with style that’s more modern, we
welcome you to visit our Chrysler
dealership
serving Miami, anytime!

 

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