And 1k mile lube and oil change and 10k tuneup and 100k life and 40 k generator or starter. On the plus side, lots of ashtrays for smokers and an AM radio. I believe the record player option was gone for 58. However I believe swivel seats were available.Yep, those are some beauties when cars had style and grace.
No .. quite fine.. I'm just blown away by the fact that record players came in cars... I owned a 1980 Dodge Diplomat that had a 8 track.. then went through the years of tapes and recording songs on to them for long playing mostly because we had no am reception out side of town.I didn't realize you were just referring to Mopars, Shane. I just thought it was a general question as to when they first came out! LOL
$200 is a lot for such an option, that would be equal to about $1947 today.The original was only for two years and and played special records only available through one source. I think it was a $200 option.