1962 Chrysler 300. 383 Cubic Inch Engine. 2 Barrel Carb. 727
Automatic. Mileage Marked Unknown on Title. Runs and drives fine.
Engine and Trans appear in good shape. Steering a bit loose. What
no one usually tells you: Looks like a small patch in floor pans
and in trunk.. Some bondo by front headlight. Will need straight
rear bumper. Small crease in rear quarter from bumper. A little
rust showing at rear of vinyl. Dash cracks. Paint is a great
metallic gold but it is flat and could probably be color sanded.
Frame looks great and no other rust I've found on car besides the
above. Looks like recent: brake booster, brakes, some brake lines,
fuel pump, alt, aluminum radiator, decent tires, usual tune up
items and someone recovered the seats. -Vehicle is on consignment
and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at
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