In the early 1990s, long before cars were equipped with touchscreens, Chrysler introduced an optional feature that blew everyone's mind: the VisorPhone. … [Read more...] about Who Remembers Chrysler’s VisorPhone?
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The 1960s proved to be a defining decade in American automotive history, especially in regards to luxury cars. During that period, rivals Lincoln, Chrysler and Cadillac were in constant competition to see which could manufacture the most opulent cabin. Of course, Cadillac always came out on top. But the rivalry spawned a number of unique interior features. Among them was the … [Read more...] about Flashback: The ‘Mobile Director’ Package
Check out the center console in the 1964 Chrysler Turbine. This car is 1 of 55 ever produced, and only 1 of 9 still in existence today. … [Read more...] about 1964 Chrysler Turbine Center Console
Between 1973-1977 General Motors put a spin on traditional automotive seating when it outfitted several of its models — including the Monte Carlo, Chevelle, Cutlass and Laguna — with swivel bucket seats, which utilized a unique track system that allowed front buck seats to not only slide forwards and back, but also turn towards the outside of a vehicle to assist passengers with … [Read more...] about An Old School Spin on Bucket Seats
Thanks to a treasure trove of old photos and documents published by Aro Convertible Tops & Glass, we're back with a third installment of "Auto Upholstery in the Early 1900s". … [Read more...] about Auto Upholstery in the Early 1900s, Pt. 3