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A special note from Rich, our membership director:
A recent exchange between a courageous and dedicated recent widow and Rich:

From: Angie
Sent: Friday, August 15, 2014 4:15 PM
To: c300@ez2.net
Subject: Re: We're all on Angie's list

Thank you Rich....Your words really touched my heart, and brought tears to my eyes...
There are many times when I still need to hear words of compassion, and thoughtfulness...

And I get calls, cards, and e-mails from many of our "300" members / family....
Ed always told everyone before we went to one of our Meets, that we were going to our
family reunion....But without the fist fight in the backyard!!!!

And that still holds true today...I don't know where I would be without my caring "300" family!!!

God Bless Us All!!
Always, 300 H'ly
Angie
P.S. I sent out the renewal today!!


60 years of 300's



The Chrysler 300 was a milestone car in automotive history and the legend
lives on today, more than fifty years after it was first introduced in 1955.
This story chronicles the cars and the people who had a vision to build a car
company based on strong engineering innovations, the people who crafted
the cars, and the people who restore them and drive them today.

The Chrysler 300 Club Inc was formed in Portland, Oregon in 1969, originally
to recognize the Letter Series Chrysler 300s built from 1955 through 1965.

In 1981 the Non-Letter 300 series built from 1962 through 1971 and the 1979
Cordoba 300 were also included in the club.

The club was created for enthusiasts of Chrysler 300 automobiles.

Ownership of a 300 is not required for membership.Members of the club enjoy
camaraderie, share stories and information on the maintenance, restoration and
acquisition of these beautiful, unique automobiles.

National Meets are held annually, usually in the summer.Club members are
encouraged to participate in activities and meets whether or not their cars are
restored.

Membership in the club includes a subscription to our quarterly magazine, Brute Force.

Take a moment to enjoy a preview of:
The 300 Project, A tribute to the Chrysler 300 Letter Car
http://www.the300project.com/
(Now available to new and renewing members for US $10)


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43rd National
Chrysler 300
White Sands, NM

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