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1975 Chrysler Cordoba by GLM

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Dirn
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Hi folks,

You’ve heard the rumors, here’s the fact!

The 1975 Chrysler Cordobas are in from GLM

Take a look

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As you can see, they are available in four colors:

Frosty Green Metallic

Starlight Blue Metallic

Spanish Gold Metallic

Silver Cloud

Silver Cloud is available with silver or red vinyl roof

These models are available from dirn44@gmail.com, Dale Dannefer at dxd79@case.edu, or Robert Budig at webmaster@Modellautos-Budig.de

As usual, my poor photography does not do the models justice.

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Moe Parr
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LOVE it. I can smell the "Rich Corinthian Leather" through the open sunroof!

Tom, I sent you an e-mail, the Spanish Gold one for me, please. 

Thanks for another beautiful Chrysler!

Barry Levittan
Long Island, NY


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Jack Dodds
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They look well done; my choice would be the blue one.


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John Merritt
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Awesome! Can't wait for mine to arrive.

John Merritt
South Lyon, Michigan - USA


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Moe Parr
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@jcarnutz 

Which color did you go with, John?

Barry Levittan
Long Island, NY


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John Merritt
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@moe-parr 

Well. This is an important car for me. It was my Driver's Training car when I was in High School. I really loved that car and wished to have one of my own, but at 16, that was impossible. I drove a '79 a few years later, but it just wasn't the same. I never did own one.

Anyway, I couldn't decide on the color so I went with all five offered. 

John Merritt
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@jcarnutz ,

Now that's the best way to solve your decision ! 

Steve


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John Sharisky
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I received my Spanish Gold unit from Tom today. Love it! It's just as they were back in the day.

cordoba1

 

cordoba2

Just for kicks, here it is with a Neo 1976 Dodge Charger (44770):

cordoba3

 

cordoba4

John Sharisky
Marlborough, Massachusetts USA


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Moe Parr
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And here's a picture of a very young Moe Parr with my first of many Mopars - a '75 Dodge Charger SE bought used in 1977.

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Barry Levittan
Long Island, NY


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Moe Parr
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@john-sharisky 

John, that's a great pair of matching Mopars! Love it!

Barry Levittan
Long Island, NY


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Posted by: @john-sharisky  

Just for kicks, here it is with a Neo 1976 Dodge Charger (44770):

cordoba3

 

cordoba4

I never realized they were the 'same' car!   Thanks for the comparison! 


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Bob Jackman
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I too went with the Spanish Gold but all of the colors look great.


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Posted by: @jcarnutz

@moe-parr 

Well. This is an important car for me. It was my Driver's Training car when I was in High School. I really loved that car and wished to have one of my own, but at 16, that was impossible. I drove a '79 a few years later, but it just wasn't the same. I never did own one.

Anyway, I couldn't decide on the color so I went with all five offered. 

Good call!  I think in fairness to you John, that GLM should in thanks send you a driver figure of Ricardo Montalban.


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Posted by: @jcarnutz

@moe-parr 

Well. This is an important car for me. It was my Driver's Training car when I was in High School. I really loved that car and wished to have one of my own, but at 16, that was impossible. I drove a '79 a few years later, but it just wasn't the same. I never did own one.

Anyway, I couldn't decide on the color so I went with all five offered. 

I agree John.  I drove an ivory/tan vinyl roof of this car and loved it but a few years later drove a metallic dark brown '78 with the larger 400 engine and it was a lumbering slug/gas gobbler.  The stacked headlights looked awful by comparison as well and the build quality was brutal.  The tail light lense was just glued on and it blew off at highway speed twice.  A piece of garbage IMO.  


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Mine just arrived! BEEYOOTEEFUL!

PXL 20220506 224107630

Dave Gilbert
Mount Juliet, Tennessee
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