1963 Chrysler 300 Series 2 door
Chrysler's in this era had a very unique look that stood alone in the Detroit car market. The interior was well appointed and thought out with ease to all controls. The push button auto made this car even have more leg room as for no sifter in the way. Some may remember this being called a Detroit typewriter.The AM Radio still operates at a whopping 5 watts of power. The body is very solid as is the underside of the door, trunk and hood area. The hood and door hinges show no wear nor are these area's weak. Interior and dash have been well cared for. I suspect this car did not sit out much for there is no real fading. trunk area is in great shape also and the jack and jacking instructions are still present. I thought of painting this in the scheme of the color-me-gone dodges, what do You think. I have the original engine which ran just fine which could be included in this sale. Thank You for looking.