MOST Beautiful Chrysler ever!!! L@@K No reserve!!!
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chrysler
- Model: 300 Series
- SubModel: 300 L
- Year: 1965
- Mileage: 120,000
- Color: white
- Engine size: 413
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1965 Chrysler 300 Series 300 LThis is a LETTER car:Different, exclusive, unique and...very rare!
The first letter car was the 1955 Chrysler 300. The second letter car was the 1956 Chrysler 300B so on and so forth till the last letter car offered by Chrysler in 1965, the letter car "L"
Up for your consideration is a beautiful representation of the best letter mid 60's car. None better- not an opinion!
Financial hardship forces sale- but my loss is your gain. Now is a great time to purchase this collector car.It will only increase in value making this a smart purchase.
3 Reasons to not pass up on this Beautiful Brute:
I. This is a great car to drive A. Motor Trend said this about this car, in 1965; "With Sure-Grip differential, heavy-duty brakes and suspension, we had no trouble exploring rough,lonelymountain roads. She flies through the air with the greatest of ease-and she doesn't bottom on impact. with this 413, the engine went though changes over the years, but this car has held to the original theme; a personal luxury car with more than adequate performance, which comes remarkably close to equaling some of the European sports jobs in the area ofhandlingand beats most in sheer speed."
B. Chrysler's ownadmit-ionof the car was that this was the besthandlingof all 300's and the most beautiful Chrysler ever built.
C. Personally, I have owned over 12 collectible Mopar's (Super-Bee, Road Runner, Darts, Dusters, Coronet's, and Challenger's, and this is by far the best driving, and cornering and stopping car I have ever owned.No kidding!No need for disc brakes on this with these big heavy Hemi (11") brakes.
II. This is a great car to show A. Many N.O.S. items on car
B. Most parts replaced or up-dated. For example, the original dash and radio look like the original, but behind the dash was a full restoration with new lighting wiring and face painting on thegauges. The radio, which looks original is actually a Resto-Radio with updated anddigitizedAM/FM, and port for MP3, CD, or iPod player. Same as clock...it looks old school, but it is quartz movement. This is just thebeginningof what has been done.
C. A real head turner. No matter what the occasion, parade, wedding, show, cruise, or just going out to get an ice-cream, this carattractscar lovers from all over. You wont see many of these since only 2400 examples were made, and this is accounted for as number 9 in 11 of Galen's Chrysler registry. With all the car rodeo's and demolition derby's and everyday destruction just from driving on the US roads in the last 50 years, who knows how many are left? At the time of contact with GTS services, there were only 11registered!!!
III. This is a great car forcollect-ability A. A Mopar that is a B body, or E body platform is unobtainable except to the rich. It has been predicted for some time now that the C cars are the next big wave in Mopardom. I am not saying this will fetch 1.8 million like the rare mod top Plymouth Hemi Cuda. That is ridiculous. But in time, since the collectible groups have put this in there own registry, the percentage for increase in value is on the rise. On MyClassicGarage website, an F just sold (not a perfect one) 5/5/16 for 87,000. So these will continue to go up.
B. Chance to get in on the ground floor for a price lower than the cost of this semi resto-mod cost. i. Exclusivity in MOPAR cars ii. Exclusivity in Letter car clubs: 300 Club International, and Chrysler 300 Car Club. iii. Exclusivity in a collectible car world.
All original parts are included with sale of car: Radio, steering wheel, air conditioning and all parts contained therein, intake, carb, exhaust manifold, hubcaps and air cleaner.Comes with collectible extra's- literature, newsletters, work done and original broadcast sheet.
Driver's side glass (small 2 inch scratches near lock) paint is original color, but has been re-painted in the late 90's- someover-sprayand some paint bubbles that have not grown in 10 years. Seat covers are original- they have small wear tears. The dash is in great shape, but a small crack behind thereverberatorspeaker and a small one below speedo.
New Items: * Exhaust (TTI) * Mufflers (TTI) * Headers (TTI) * Motor- mounts * Torsion Bars * Anti-Sway bar * Complete front end; control arm bushings, tie rod ends, and all bushings for steering links- pitman arm (PST suspension) * Rear leaf springs * Shocks- front and rear * Radio- Retro-Radio, out of Elizabethtown PA * Speakers- (Black Diamond) * Instrument panel (speedo,gauges, clock and bulbs) all restored and replaced by Red Line * NOS Power steering pump * Brake drums- (front) brake pads and brake components (front and rear) * Interior dome lights are all new- not yellowed like the original ones get after age
Engine: * Rebuilt with less than 1000 miles. * Cam, lifters and timing chain and all upper end redone * Royal Purple synthetic oil is only oil used since done * Transmission fluid flushed and re-done with filter * New intake- Edlebrock aluminum * New Flow tested AFB Carter Carbs with new linkage- in style of 426 Hemi and 62 Chrysler 300H * Newelectronicignition- MOPAR * New wires (MOPAR) * New Plugs * New Coil * New Voltage regulator, ballast resistor, neutral safety switch, and NOS altgauge * New Air cleaner cover (NOS 426 Hemi) * New air filter (K&N custom) * New Mopar battery (Correct group) From Mancini Racing * New Alternator * New Belts * New quartz movement clockExterior: * Tires new last year- nomileagesince (Diamond Back Red Stripe) * New wipers arms and blades * New NOS remote mirror * Side trim polished * Bumpers re-chromed * Trunk weather stripping * Paint- 97 or 98 * NOS "L" Marker front light
* 15 inch police MOPAR road wheels with Max-wedge dog dish hubcaps * Marker lights and directional lights are all new
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