Photos by Jerry Heasley
Mopars of the Sixties spanned a wide design spectrum. Throughout the entire muscle car era, the Chrysler Corporation was known for outstanding engines. Their styling department was the leader of the "dare to be different" school of design. That resulted in some tremendous hits, some flops, and some ambivalent designs. Regardless of your stance on aesthetics, you can't say Chrysler stylists weren't bold, innovative risk-takers.
The early Sixties saw the most daringly different designs (besides the super wild winged wonders
Published Dec 7th, 2015
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