1965 Chrysler 300
The Chrysler 300 series was introduced in 1962 and ran until 1971.
They were the follow up to the Chrysler 300 "letter series" which
was first put out the decade prior. These full size automobiles
were created to be a mash up of the muscle car craze with the
luxury features Chrysler had been associated with. These luxury
muscle cars were more affordable than the "letter series" and in
1965 received a complete redesign with all new sheet metal. While
they retained their dual double headlights and cross bar grill they
were very different than years prior. This 1965 300 appears to be a
solid survivor car wearing its original Regal Gold paint (code AA1)
which is fading some on the top surfaces. It wears all of its
original style chrome and stainless throughout as well as its rear
fender skirts and passenger side curb feelers for a vintage touch.
It also has all tinted Glass which is a factory option. It sits on
baby moon wheels with wide white wall tires.
Under the hood is the factory 413 ci motor combined with its
TorqueFlite Automatic transmission. The motor all looks very stock
and the car has power brakes, power steering and was special
ordered with air conditioning. The car does run and drive. The
suspension set up is mostly stock but it has coil over shocks in
The interior is a two tone White with Gold inserts. Between the
front seats is a folding armrest and they are manually adjustable.
The car was ordered with power windows and the switches are mounted
on the door panels in both front and rear. The dash is done in
white with a black dash pad and features all of its original style
knobs, switches, trim and gauges. It has a column shifter and its
Gold painted "Chrysler" steering wheel. The trunk is carpeted in
Black and houses the original spare and jack set up.
This factory 300 has some unique original options and would be a
nice starting point for restoration or a custom build.
It could be yours for $12,500.00!