HUGE END-OF-SUMMER PRICE REDUCTION
1959 Chrysler 300E 2 door hardtop. The odometer reads 85,642 (believed to be actual) I acquired this many years ago, a partially completed project car. ...Yes, the rust worms attacked, but too their dismay, they are slowly leaving. Powered by a 413 cid cross ram dual 4 barrel carb, and a pushbutton TorqueFlite transmission, the engine was completely dissasembled, resealed and is ready to rumble. Transmission required to complete the rebuild: clutch pack, seals, torque converter, etc. Took me a while, but found a good correct frame and radiator spupport -left powertrain out, for ease of floor pan replacements, which I have aquired a lot of needed parts over the years, fuel tank and mounting straps, new radiator dash pad and more. It will need a complete interior kit.
As you can see from the photos majority of trim is still on car and in pretty good shape; stainless will need polished, chrome replated.
The purchased price = remaining restoration costs will yeild a tidy sum when completed, not to mention the pride of ownership of a very rare and unique automobile.
I've got far more invested but at age 72, don't have the time or inclation to complete. So if you're game to finish, $28,800 buys it.
The all-original, low-mileage NASCAR special was owned by one family
‘Doris’ may look decrepit but watch out because she packs a punch
In 1955, Chrysler produced the most-powerful passenger car in America and celebrated its Hemi-headed, 300 horsepower V8 engine by calling the car that carried it the 300.
Mercedes-Benz was flush with the success of its 300 SL “Gullwing” coupe, known internally as W198, after it was introduced in 1954.
The Drive Home II, the second-annual promotional winter road trip rolled into Detroit’s Cobo Hall Saturday evening after a 2,100-mile journey fraught with challenges.
It took 60 years to get back, but there on Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin’s Road America four-mile race track, was a Chrysler 300 Letter Car.
At first quick glance, you might not notice anything different about the 2016 Chrysler 300S.
Folks involved with McPherson College’s automotive restoration program unveiled a vehicle Saturday.