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I assume that by "H" you mean Hurst?

The Chrysler 300 H letter car was produced in 1962.

 

A little confusing, so you might want to clarify.

 

 

 

Steve

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On 5/7/2020 at 12:27 PM, StevenGuthmiller said:

I assume that by "H" you mean Hurst?

The Chrysler 300 H letter car was produced in 1962.

 

A little confusing, so you might want to clarify.

 

 

 

Steve

300 Hurst was a limited production Halo Car Chrysler offered in 1970 MY .. ONE COLOR and trim Period .  Thanx 

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4 hours ago, dimaxion said:

300 Hurst was a limited production Halo Car Chrysler offered in 1970 MY .. ONE COLOR and trim Period .  Thanx 

I understand, but the Hurst model was called a "Hurst 300".

Your caption says "300 H", which is this car.

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Just thought that it would be worth clarifying.

 

 

 

 

Steve

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Revell or Moebius should do a 1970 tool to start...they could offer both a "regular" 300, and a Hurst 300...hardtop and convertible variants of both (I read about at least 1 Hurst 300 convertible having been built...)...these kits could appeal to Mopar C Body fans as well as Hurst completists. I think they would have some appeal to builders who don't normally love Mopars, too...I think this could be a good seller, worth developing.  

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