VERY RARE FRESHLY RESTORED
1962 CHRYSLER 300H
(Only 435 produced and only 160 still exist)
SOLID # 2 Show Car
Rebuilt 413 cu in wedge w/ 2-4 barrel carbs (380 HP)
Rebuilt 3-speed transmission w/dash shifters
4-wheel disc brakes
Special order factory paint: Flamingo
Leather bucket seats front and back
Full length center console w/tachometer
Interior & exterior in excellent condition including carpets, side panels, all chrome, paint & bright work
New whitewall tires w/ original wheels and wheel covers
Engine, engine compartment & trunk highly detailed
All new door, hood and trunk rubber
Everything works including lights, power windows, power steering, horn, clock & gauges
Original factory A/C converted to R134 blows cold
All glass in excellent shape & steering wheel restored
Steering gear box & rear end rebuilt
New gas tank, fuel pump, generator and exhaust system
Under carriage has been cleaned and painted
NO RUST, NO LEAKS, NO SMOKE
Serious Buyers Only Please Call with questions: 971/209-8585 or email: email@example.com
Inspections welcomed and encouraged Vehicle is being sold "as is" with no warranties, expressed or implied.
Buyer is responsible for arranging transport and paying the cost thereof
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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.
Folks involved with McPherson College’s automotive restoration program unveiled a vehicle Saturday.