This 1960 Chrysler 300F is original and unrestored with the
exception of one repaint. It is powered by a matching-numbers 413ci
V8 Cross-Ram high-performance 375hp engine backed by a TorqueFlite
3-speed automatic transmission. The Cross-Ram had a supercharging
effect at mid-RPM, according to the Chrysler 300 Club. This
Chrysler features its original interior and was professionally
repainted from its previous white color to the correct red color.
The undercarriage of this unibody car has been undercoated to help
preserve the car. Production numbers from the Chrysler 300 Club
reflect that 964 2-door hardtops were built for 1960; this vehicle
is one of 84 with the Solex glass. The full-length console in the
interior features its original swivel bucket front leather seats
for efficient ingress and egress. On the 300F model, the gauge
panel was one of the first uses of electro-luminescent lighting,
eliminating the use of conventional light bulbs.