Jim will be posting these photos to a web site he is building. I'll add a link to his site so you can see a bigger version of these photos as soon as he let's me know the web address.
IN CITY TRAFFIC AND ON HIGH SPEED TEST TRACKS the Plymouth Turbo Fury (upper) and the dodge Turbo Dart (lower) have proven the ability of the Chrysler-developed gas turbine engine to equal and out-perform similar piston engine powered cars with more than 200 horsepower. Chrysler Corporation has decided to build 50 to 75 turbine-powered passenger cars which will be entirely new in appearance and which should become available for sale in the latter part of 1963.
AS INTERESTED NEWSMEN WATCH AND LISTEN, two Chrysler Corporation executives, George J. Huebner, Jr., executive engineer - research (center) and Robert Anderson, vice president and director of corporate product planning, (right) discuss the Chrysler Corporation gas turbine engine installed in a 1962 Dodge passenger car. The two barrel-like drums behind the grille are air intake filters. The large circular drum at which they are pointing encloses the turbine engine.
MAIN EXTERIOR COMPONENTS of the Chrysler Corporation gas turbine engine are: (a) starter-alternator; (b) fuel pump; (c) fuel control system; (d) compression air inlet; (e) regenerator gear box; (f) combustion chamber housing a single spark plug and fuel nozzle; (g) one of two exhaust ducts.