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Chrysler 300B

American Government Special Collections Reference Desk

300B
Vehicle Model

A car produced by Chrysler.  Produced for model year 1956 only, it was the second of the 300-letter series, succeeding the C-300 and becoming the 300C in 1957.

The Chrysler 300B was the car of 1956 NASCAR Grand National (the series that would eventually become Sprint Cup) driver's champion Buck Baker.


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