This 1958 Chrysler 300D coupe is powered by a Firepower 392/380hp HEMI 8-cylinder engine with dual 4-barrel carburetors and an automatic transmission. The exterior is finished in white over a beige interior. This is one of 619 300D coupes produced in 1958. Options include power steering, brakes, windows and seats, leather interior, push-button radio, electric clock and power antenna. From the World of Classics Collection.
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