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1967 Chrysler Newport Town & Country

1967 Chrysler Newport Town & Country in Starsky and Hutch, TV Series, 1975-1979 IMDB Ep. 1.08

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: US

1967 Chrysler Newport Town & Country

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle


Raul1983 FI

2006-09-26 14:32


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zorglub CH

2007-01-27 16:57


It's a Newport Town & Country (series CC1-E). For the specific '66 & '67 model years, the Town & Country where included in this serie.

440 Mopar CA

2007-04-28 01:11


It would just be "Town and Country" no NY'er in the title..Besides, these are based on Newports.

qwerty_86 US

2007-04-28 06:54


Wouldn't "Town & Country" imply it had wood panelling?

440 Mopar CA

2007-04-30 23:41


Not always..In fact, I can't remember seeing a '67 with wood. I don't think the Chrysler's usually had it.

Mike66Chryslers CA

2008-01-05 08:09


1967 T&Cs did not have the faux wood panels on the sides but 1968 T&Cs did.

440 mopar CA

2009-01-31 23:11


New Yorker should be dropped from the title. It's just Chrysler Town and Country. The grill on these is from a Newport anyways.

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DynaMike NL

2009-01-31 23:22


According to my info (though I'm not sure if it is correct) the Chrysler wagons in 1966 and 1967 didn't have the Town & Country name, just Newport...

440 mopar CA

2009-02-01 06:41


From the '67 shop manual I have... It appears Newport is in the name, though this isn't really "offical" I guess.

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jon66 NL

2011-11-15 13:51


It's just Town and Country,
And I know it because I have a '66 T&C.

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