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Posted By: Dick Browne Moderator
Posted On: Saturday January 12, 2019 at 4:33 PM
You are welcome to come by and collect your $1.
This paragraph from an article stuck in my mind and added to my confusion...

This car was like a movie star during its heyday, and was known around the World. It is even more unique in that Walter P. Chrysler Jr, son of the Founder of Chrysler, kept the car and drove it around Detroit. He chose to repaint the car a pastel green and replaced the interior with dark green leather. It was originally a pearl white with red leather. It was seen all about town in Detroit, and everyone knew this car. LeBaron built a custom convertible top for the car, which folded down via an electronic control for raising and lowering the rear cowl to conceal it. This allowed entry in the back seat for passengers.

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Is anyone familiar with the 1941 Chrysler Newport dual cowl by Don Anderson #25135
PIC: Don, here's a link to a brief overview of the car by John Kuvakas #25135.1
This is the model that first really impressed me with Brooklin. (PICs) by David Holcombe #25135.2
Thanks guys and now my simple little question. Which one was by Don Anderson #25135.2.1
Don, here's some more information, but your question doesn't have by David Holcombe #25135.2.1.1
I'd bet on a pale green for the Pace Car. (EOM) by Dick Browne #25135.
Well the only reason I rule out the green idea is there was a by Don Anderson #25135.
Well if anyone is interested here is what I found out from all of by Don Anderson #25135.
The Matrix cars are not intended to be Indy Pace Cars are they? More than one Newport was made. (EOM) by David Crowe #25135.
You are welcome to come by and collect your $1. by Dick Browne #25135.
Lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25135.

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