Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is proud to present this 1977
Chrysler Cordoba. The Cordoba was produced as a two-door mid-sized
personal luxury car from 1975-1983. Distinctively recognized for
its Argentinean coin hood ornament. The Cordoba was an instant
success with over 150,000 units sold the first year. They became
known for their over -the- top luxury including tufted button
seats, simulated rosewood dash/door trim and plush carpeting. Other
luxury features included vinyl landau roofs and wheel packages. The
Cordoba stood apart from its competitors with its distinctive front
end. Which led it to being one of the most distinguishable cars of
its time.This one-owner 1977 Chrysler Cordoba is Cadet Blue
Metallic. A contrasting light blue velour interior and matching
landau vinyl roof w/ opera lights make for an elegant color
combination. 50/50/ front seats with center armrest, rich trim and
thick carpet are luxury features which made the Cordoba famous.
Under the hood is a 400ci V-8 attached to a three-speed automatic
transmission. Added features are air conditioning, AM/FM radio,
cruise control, power steering and power brakes. Don't miss out on
owning a piece of Chrysler history with this 1977 Cordoba. Truly an
outstanding car of unique design and luxury that is destined to
become a true classic.
1977 Chrysler Cordoba
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