This rare model of Chrysler 300H is one of 164 still known to exist. It has a larger engine & dual 4 barrel carburetors which is what makes it unique from the standard 300. This car is a total body on restoration with less than 1,500 miles on it since the restoration was completed. It is also a numbers matching engine. I have pictures of all the work done including over $30,000 in receipts. The original 413 cu. inch motor was bored .30 over is matching #'s and completely rebuilt. The horse power is rated at 380HP. The transmission and torque converter were also rebuilt. The front end received new lower control arm bushings, upper control bushings, upper ball joints, lower control arm bushings, lower ball joints & strut front rod bushings. The radiator was recored and the air conditioning compressor converted to 134 freon. The brakes are drum type and were completely gone thru with all new hardware. The power brake booster was also rebuilt as well as a new Master Cylinder replaced. The car has a new battery and new Hanook Optima radial tires with less than 1,500 miles on them. The car rides and handles incredibly well for a full size car The dual Carter carburators have also been rebuilt. The speedometer and illuminating dash were rebuilt by JC Auto restoration in Lynwood, Washington. I have recently had the car repainted the same factory color, sanded down to the medal and the front bumper rechromed. All the car's glass appears to be original & is in excellent condition. The rear bumper is in excellent condition as is all the bright work on the entire car. The original AM radio is in the car but I had an upgraded radio and CD player installed in the glove box. Also, a new power antenna has been installed. The original leather interior, dash and headliner are in excellent condition as shown in the pictures. The car has an electric fan for better cooling as well as an electric fuel pump. The car has won 2 awards: Top 10 award Mopar Club of San Diego 2015 & Father's Day car show Murrieta, CA. 2016. As an investment, these cars will continue to appreciate. ask yourself "When is the last time I saw one at a car show?" No brokers please.