Chrysler Cordoba

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Also see 1970 Newport Cordoba


1976 Cordoba Ad

Background:

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History:

Model Predecessor

None

Model Successor

Chrysler Sebring

Export Versions

Related Models

Competition

  • Pontiac Grand Prix
  • Buick Regal
  • Chevrolet Monte Carlo
  • Ford Thunderbird
  • Lincoln MKVI

Technical:

Class

Personal Luxury

Platform

  • B Body (AKA The Forgotten B Body or the Late B Body for the 1975-79 model years)
  • J-Body 1980-83 Chrysler Cordoba, Chrysler Imperial, Dodge Mirada

Engines

  • 1975-1978 -- 318CI, 360CI, and 400CI
  • 1979 -- 318CI, 360CI, and 360CI Police
  • 1980 -- 225CI Slant 6, 318CI, 360CI and 360CI E58
  • 1981-1983 --225CI Slant 6, 318CI, 318CI FI (Imperial only)

A904 or A727 transmissions w/lockup converter.

Specifications:

Length, width, height, wheelbase

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Year by Year Changes, Production Numbers, and Cost:

1975

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1976

1977

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1978

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1979

don't forget the 300 package

Last year of the B-body Cordoba and Magnum. Hi performance e58 360 engine option offered in the 1979 Chrysler 300 (Cordoba) and Magnum GT.

1980

New "downsized J body's introduced. Mirada introduced to replace the Magnum. Cordoba LS "300 appearance option" offered. Only year of the J body with the 360 option.

1981

First year of the J-body Chrysler Imperial

1982

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1983

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