For Sale: 1962 Chrysler 300 in Summerville, South Carolina

$12,700 (OBO)

Vehicle Description

1962 Chrysler 300 - 2 Door - Hard Top
383 Cubic inch engine with 30" oversized pistons (Engine & transmission rebuilt when I bought car in 2004 - 19000 miles since rebuild)
Reconditioned rods and crankshaft - double valve springs installed on re-conditioned heads. High performance camshaft installed. (Comp Cam from Jegs)
Edelbrock Aluminum Intake Manifold with Edelbrock 650cfm 4bbl. Thunder Series Carburetor. Spacer installed between carb. and intake manifold so fuel does not percolate.
Mopar Valve Covers and Air Filter
Headers - with dual exhaust
Mopar electronic ignition (installed new High Performance Ignition Module last week).
Charging System upgraded with 60 amp. alternator and electronic voltage regulator. New battery installed last year.
Dash Redone by J.C Auto with new transformer. Heater switch and controls also reconditioned. All heater / defroster positions work. Beautiful electroluminescent dash. Clock reconditioned and works.
Glove compartment light
Brakes Shoes were relined with new wheel cylinders and brake hoses.
Emergency brake shoes also relined.
Transmission rebuilt and installed with shift kit.(shifts firm not hard)
New heat insulation pad installed on underside of hood.
Steering Wheel sent out to California and redone to OEM.
New Tires.
New wiper blades.
Extra OEM parts including front bumper in Castleton, N.Y. for pick up only.
Please Note: I am not selling car as a museum piece. Car is in excellent running condition and very good overall condition.
Will certainly turn heads and perform like no ordinary car from that era.

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-630548
  • Year:1962
  • Make:Chrysler
  • Model:300
  • Exterior Color:Red
  • Interior Color:Black
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Odometer:19141
  • Title Status:Clear
  • Exterior Condition:Very Good
  • AM Radio:Yes
  • Power Brakes:Yes
  • Power Steering:Yes
  • Electronic Ignition:Yes
  • Bored:Yes
  • Engine History:Rebuilt
  • Engine Condition:Running
  • Drive Train:Rear-wheel drive