Luxury, distinction, and ultra rarity - that's why you're looking
at this 1958 Chrysler Saratoga hardtop coupe. And as you dig a
little deeper, you're going to find the right cruiser-ready
upgrades like a Bluetooth radio, four-wheel disc brakes, and a Hemi
Less than 4,500 of these were made in 1958. Chevrolet made more
hardtops in two weeks than Chrysler had Saratoga hardtops. That's
the kind of rarity that is something we all love to see, but there
is much more to the attraction of this example. Chrysler products
just had a little extra flash and size compared to its two rivals
in the 1950s, and this Saratoga is a prime example of this flare.
And those long tailfins really show it off the best. This has a
very formal style with an upgrade to a sleek black paint that has
just the right amount of aged-in dignity. And the brightwork has an
awesome level of design, so it's great to see it so clean and
complete. The bumpers and grille are so wide that they reach around
the sides, the side mirrors are intricate for style sake, the rear
bumper hugs the form, and just like a Cadillac, this utilizes just
the right hint of gold on the lettering and badging for
sophistication. And you'll love all the other cruiser details, like
the dual aerials, dual exhaust tips, and wide whitewalls. It's a
total package that truly commands attention.
The full interior is done with a tasteful gray. It has a bright
style with the complete and well-respected trim. And it feels
comfortable with fresher items like the door panels and upholstery.
You'll like all the vintage details, including the working clock,
insignia trim seatbacks, and working dome light. In fact, the
upgraded AM/FM radio with USB and Bluetooth was purposely done as a
retro-style unit so that you can get modern driving music without
jeopardizing the full vintage appearance (purists can even install
the old radio that comes with the sale.) And this one makes sure
the driver gets all the best classic Chrysler styling pieces, like
the intricate design on the steering wheel and hallmark push-button
Under the hood is an upgraded motor that still keeps this one quite
traditional. After all, the 331 cubic-inch FirePower V8 was
Chrysler's original Hemi engine! And this has a golden style that's
fun to show off. But a coupe like this was also made for cruising.
So they upgraded it further with an Edelbrock four-barrel
carburetor w/electric choke. It means you have a strong-running and
significant powerhouse. Power steering and a three-speed automatic
transmission make for an easy cruiser. And the four-wheel power
disc brakes are a modern upgrade that you really wish they offered
back in the day.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and service
manuals. This is a rare opportunity at an exceptional classic
coupe. Don't let it slip away, call today!