man­u­fac­tur­ing or im­port­ing more hard-to-find items. Parts are sold at more-than-com­pet­i­tive rates.

New Zealand Classic Car - - EDITORIAL -

The Chrysler Re­stor­ers Club was formed in 1976, and caters for all the Chrysler fam­ily, in­clud­ing Chrysler, Dodge, De­soto, Ply­mouth, Gra­ham Broth­ers Jeep, and Aus­tralian Valiants and Charg­ers. The club has around 120 mem­bers, and owns its clu­b­rooms in Pa­pakura, Auck­land.

The club of­fers a com­pre­hen­sive li­brary of au­to­mo­tive lit­er­a­ture, man­u­als, spare-parts cat­a­logues, and sales brochures, all avail­able for view­ing. You can also pur­chase copies of man­u­als, if avail­able.

A club mag­a­zine is pub­lished ev­ery six weeks or so to up­date mem­bers on up­com­ing events, the club reg­is­ter, and the so­cial club, and it con­tains ar­ti­cles, re­prints, and gen­eral in­for­ma­tion. Club events and club nights at the clu­b­rooms for fi­nan­cial mem­bers are also ad­ver­tised in the mag­a­zine. Spare parts are avail­able and the li­brary is open on sched­uled club nights.

A com­pre­hen­sive spare-parts ser­vice is of­fered to mem­bers only. The club is ac­tively ac­quir­ing new-old-stock parts and They can be shipped through­out New Zealand or can be viewed at the clu­b­rooms on club nights.

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