This page will discuss top motors used on Chrysler, Plymouth and Dodge vehicles. I'm most familiar with the LeBarons and Mustangs, so please take that into consideration. The information below is presented to the best of my current ability and recollection. If you have input, please forward it to me. The standard Method 1 rebuild price for any of these models is $75 + $10 shipping. An additional core fee of $65 is required if using Method 2.
This style top motor was used in many Mopar (Chrysler, Plymouth and Dodge) convertibles in the late 60's and early 70's. It is identical to the top motor listed as Number 2 on the Ford page.
1982 - 1986 (or 1987) Lebaron
1982-1983 Dodge 400
1983 - 1986 Dodge 600
I'm sure there are many others, also.
This style top motor was used in 1987 (1988?) through 1995 Chrysler LeBaron convertibles. It is identical to the top motor listed as Number 3 on the Ford page.
Some late 1960s and early 1970s Mopar used a motor similiar to the one at the top of this page. The only differences are in the reservoir. Some reservoirs use a threaded plug instead of a rubber plug. Some reservoirs are slightly shorter. These differences can be seen in the photos.
The 1996-1999 (and maybe 2000 also) Chrysler Sebring used a top motor similiar to Number 4 on the Ford page. The only difference being the electrical connector was changed.
The 2000-2005 (or 2001 - 2005) Chrysler Sebring used a top motor similiar to Number 5 on the Ford page. As before, the only difference is the electrical connector.