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Chrysler Nassau cars, 1955-56, 2000 and 2007 concept

The first Nassau was a subseries of the 1955 Chrysler Windsor Deluxe, a low-priced hardtop that replaced the club coupe and was dropped after; it was nearly identical to the Windsor Deluxe Newport, pictured, with only minor trim differences. Prices ranged from $2,700 to $2,850. Like all Windsors, it was powered by the 331 cubic inch Hemi (the New Yorker was powered by the 354 Hemi V-8).

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After that, every Chrysler Nassau was a concept car or design study, starting with the 2000 car that ended up being produced as the Chrysler 300.

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The 2007 Chrysler Nassau was launched at the 2007 Detroit Auto Show. Based on the existing 300, this Nassau appeared to be a design study for the next generation LX cars or for a long-wheelbase version of the 300C, with some novel dashboard ideas to be taken up by the later 200C concept.

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