1956 Chrysler 300B Coupe
This 300B was the subject of a body-off every nut and bolt restoration. The 300 was built in 1956 as the second generation of the now famous 300 series by Chrysler. It features the original 354 Hemi engine mated to a quad induction system. In order words “two four barrel carburetors”. It is one of only 1002 built in 1956 and many are now lost in time or have become parts cars. Only 290 are known to be registered cars at this time. Luckily, this 300 has been given a fantastic restoration over 10 years ago and stored shortly afterwards in a private collection. This 300 is finished in Regimental Red with light buckskin leather. The paint is exceptional and has held up well over the years. All body panels are laser straight. The leather, headliner, door panels and carpeting are done to the highest standard by Gary Goers, a well known Mopar provider. As expected, the chrome is also show quality. On personal inspection, I believe you will agree with my assessment. Equipped with power steering, power brakes and the Chrysler Power Flite automatic push button transmission, it is effortless to drive. It also has a very rare option- a steering wheel clock in addition to the standard clock mounted on the glove-box door plus a factory AM "Electro Touch Tuner" radio with a rear speaker.
The cost of restoration on this rust-free Chrysler easily exceeded the SALE PRICE OF $78,500. Ready to drive or show anywhere !!! I WILL BE AT THE HERSHEY, PA. CAR CORRAL FROM 0C.T 10-13 WITH THE CHRYLSLER ROW P-196-201 ROBERT CELL 314-330-0877
The age of muscle cars most-certainly preceded the Pontiac GTO, and here’s a perfect example, a thunderous Chrysler 300 “letter car” from the legendary series of high-performance luxury machines. The Pick of the Day is a 1961 Chrysler 300G hardtop, a one-year-only special-order model with such rare options as factory air conditioning, according to the […]
The all-original, low-mileage NASCAR special was owned by one family
‘Doris’ may look decrepit but watch out because she packs a punch
In 1955, Chrysler produced the most-powerful passenger car in America and celebrated its Hemi-headed, 300 horsepower V8 engine by calling the car that carried it the 300.
Mercedes-Benz was flush with the success of its 300 SL “Gullwing” coupe, known internally as W198, after it was introduced in 1954.
The Drive Home II, the second-annual promotional winter road trip rolled into Detroit’s Cobo Hall Saturday evening after a 2,100-mile journey fraught with challenges.
It took 60 years to get back, but there on Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin’s Road America four-mile race track, was a Chrysler 300 Letter Car.
At first quick glance, you might not notice anything different about the 2016 Chrysler 300S.