Look at this spectacular museum piece, a mid-70's Chrysler Newport. Either this one was needlessly restored, or it was never driven, the bottoms of the fenders are not rusted out and full of holes. The scrap metal alone must be worth $50.
My father had one in a brown metallic paint. I took my driving test in it. It was a massive beast, the best part of driving it was it had air conditioning, the first car my father owned with air-con. My father insisted it had to be backed into the garage, until I knocked over the furnace with it, then it was okay if I pulled in forward and backed out.
In 1977 dad bought his first new Buick, the first in a long line. As I recall he gave the Chrysler to my sister - funny I thought he liked her.
Ever driven a beast the size of this?