1966 Chrysler 300 four-door. Rebuilt and blueprinted 440 with 9.821
compression. Forged pistons. Built 727 transmission and new stall
made by FTI competition converters. converter 2500 stall. Converter
no Jegs cheap converters in this car. 323 sheer grip. 100 shot of
nitrous! This car is built runs and drives like new. And has outrun
a 392 Hemi. Extremely fun to Cruise in and has a really nice stereo
system. All seats have been recovered new carpeting, new 650 double
pumper Holley carburetor, aluminum radiator, brand new 100 amp
alternator one wire . all new brakes, mini headers with brand new
dual exhaust two and a half inch pipe. sounds great out the rear
end but still very mild noise interior. New KYB front shocks and
coilover Factory rear shocks brand new . New pinion snubber set a
little closer to the body for traction . Everything works! New gas
tank with 3/8 pickup and float. New 3/8 fuel line. Inside trunk
looks great.You could never build a car of this quality for this
type of money. Also has new steering box, steering rag joint, drive
straight as an arrow front end is very tight! Looking at an easy
425 horsepower 425 ft pounds of torque with just the motor with at
least 525 horsepower and 525 ft pounds of torque with the nitrous.
Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home
and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about
25 cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to
one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1966 Chrysler 300
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