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Chrysler 300 Letter Series Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Brakes
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Charging and Staring Systems
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Cooling System
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Emission System
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Engines & Components
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Exhaust
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Exterior
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Filters
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Gaskets
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Gauges
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Glass
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Ignition System
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Interior
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Lighting & Lamps
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Chrysler 300 Letter Series Safety & Security
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Suspension & Steering
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Transmission & Drivetrain
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Wheels and Tires
Chrysler 300 Letter Series Other Parts

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The Chrysler 300 letter series were high performance luxury cars made from 1955 until 1965. Each year had a new letter after 300, and the letter I was skipped. The final one produced was the 300L.
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Many consider the 300 series to be the car that started the muscle car era. It brought sports car performance back to the market after World War II, and it focused on bigger, more powerful engines, including the FirePower Hemi V8 with twin 4 barrel carburetors, which was on the 300A and made it the first American production car to top 300 horsepower. The 1958 300D was the final to have the Hemi engine, and it reached over 156 mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats. Starting with the 300E, these cars had wedge head V8 engines, still pushing over 350 hp. The cars were sold as a coupe or convertible during most of its run. The coupe was often referred to as the C-300 during the early years. These cars were very limited in production, making them even rarer today. Your best chance at finding one is scouring eBay, as they will occassionally pop up there. They also have parts that can be used to repair one, if you happen to be lucky enough to already own one.
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This page covers the 300A 300B 300C 300D 300E 300F 300G 300H 300J 300K and 300L - The specs and history of this car / truck / vehicle were found from various sources, including Car & Driver, Motor Trend, Road & Track, online car websites, and TV shows like Motor Week and Car Crazy. If any of my car history data is incorrect, please give me a history lesson by emailing me at carhistory ['AT' Symbol] damox.com (I removed the @ in hopes that it will prevent spam)