in 1961 Chrysler retained its familiar fins of the Forward Look style, but they noticeably tweaked the front end with canted pairs of headlamps and a restyled grill. The new Yorker and Windsor Lines were joined by a low-priced Chrysler the New-Port built on 122 inch wheel-base with a 361-cubic-inch V-8.
The 1967 Chrysler 300 was upgraded to a 440 engine as a standard power plant, the same as the New Yorker. The product line was completed with the Town and Country station wagon. Chrysler’s were given a new safety dashboard, dual brakes and impact-absorbing posts.