1961 Chrysler 300G
The 1961 300G saw another restyle. The grille, formerly wider at the bottom than the top, was inverted; the quad headlights, formerly side-by-side, were arranged in angled fashion, inward at the bottom. Small parking lamps below the headlights were likewise slanted and V-shaped, and the front bumper was canted up at each end, scoop-like. At the rear, the taillights were moved from the fins to the tail below them and the fins were made sharper pointed. Power windows were standard. A stock 300G won the One Mile Acceleration Run. This 300G is featured in factory Cinnamon, a color that was limited in production.