Our Polara is a hardtop variant from 1967, its exterior is in a light shiny beige and the contrasting interior in black leather. The current owner bought the car in Sweden. Not least for its pleasant yet powerful handling, owed to numerous technical modifications, it soon became the owner's favorite car.
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In 1965 Chrysler offered the model Dodge Polara, introduced in 1960, for the first time with the large Chrysler-C chassis frame, which it had in common with other Chrysler and Plymouth models. In the production range the Monaco was the top model in those days, the following year it got its own model series. Between 1965 and 1970 the Dodge was the only large car in the U.S.A. that was also available as convertible. A constant feature of models from between 1965 and 1968 was the edgy style that changed from year to year, in order to make sure the cars always looked new. In 1968 it became clear that especially the large Dodge models needed a fresher, more modern look. This led to a new philosophy in the Dodge company, a philosophy to which all future models became subject.