This is a very rare Chrysler 300 and only 1 of 2,161 built. Even
more rare, the current owners father bought this car brand new in
1968 and to this day, it has remained in the family.In 1968,
Chrysler re-styled the 300 with a bolder new front-end that
featured hidden headlights. The V shaped grille styling was
dramatic, and the tail lamps were revised to a horizontal position.
Side marker lamps were placed on the front bumper and rear quarter
panel. Chrome vent moldings were placed behind the arc of the front
wheel. Also added were rear fender skirts and this car does have
those.Exterior is Formal Black with a black convertible top (Code
BB). The body is very straight and solid. The paint is in average
condition for its age and is the original factory paint. All chrome
and trim is in good condition as well. The black vinyl top shows
some wear, but it is presentable as is. Doors are solid and close
with good fit and finish. The tires are brand new. There is an
additional set of fender skirts and they are in very good
condition.The bucket seat console interior is the white original
interior; no components have been replaced. The dash and console
are in good condition. Interior is very clean for its age. Some has
yellowed but overall, it presents very well.Engine is the factory
440 CID/350 HP. The car starts, runs, and drives well. Brakes are
good as the rear master cylinder was just replaced.Options are
power windows, power steering, power assisted brakes, power top, AM
radio, and clock.This 68 Chrysler 300 is a great car for someone
who wants to have fun with it while slowly doing some cosmetics. Or
it is good for the buyer who wants to tweak it to the next level
and then sell it. This car is also a great original car for a full
frame off restoration.You can view this car by appointment only and
its location is in North Carolina.
1968 Chrysler 300
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Formal Black
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