the 440 six pick is what they called the "Mover " 375, from the Boating Magazine, Jan 1970 (above only)
Chrysler also bought Lonestar Boat of Plano, Texas in May of 1965; Lonestar had started out in the mid-1950s. It was re-named the Chrysler Boat Corporation. With the acquisition of these two subsidiaries, Chrysler combined them with the Marine Division and the Industrial Products Division, to from Marine and Industrial Products Operations, as part of Chrysler’s Diversified Products Group.
Wanting to secure its reputation, Chrysler sponsored several racing boats, including the Miss Chrysler Crew, a hydroplane powered by dual, supercharged 426 cubic-inch “Hemi” head V8 engines built by the legendary Keith Black, each putting out an estimated 1,000 horsepower; owner and pilot Bill Sterett took the boat to victory in the World Championship race in Detroit, with an average speed of over 100 mph.
In 1967, Chrysler introduced a new line of eight trailers, custom fitted for every Chrysler boat, becoming the first company in the marine industry to offer a complete package of boat, motor and trailer.
Hot Boat concluded that the 1967 Charger boat was “a well executed and beautifully conceived job” that “accelerates like a bomb” with its 96.5 cubic inch engine; gas mileage wasn't bad - and the steering wheel was taken from the Dodge Charger and Plymouth Barracuda. They Hydro-Vee boats, matching trailers, quality, and workmanship of the boats helped Chrysler obtain 45.5% of the marine market.
In 1970, Chrysler sold 44 power boat models, from 14 to 24 feet, and four sailboats, from 13 to 18 feet. The Marine division brought out three new gasoline V8s and two four-cycle diesels (four and six cylinders, 65 and 100 hp), as well as a new 318 inboard-outdrive model dubbed the Super Bee.
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The Consqueror S-III sport boat was also added, an 18½ foot hull with choice of the 340 cubic inch engine (“Super Bee III jet”)
Chrysler sold the marine division not because they desired to, but because it was demanded as part of the government’s loan guarantees. Chrysler stern drives were sold to Bayliner Boats in 1983 and the outboard division was sold to the Force Outboards division of U.S. Marine – an affiliate of Bayliner – in 1984. (They were eventually sold to Brunswick Corporation, parent of Mercury Marine).
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