1965 Chrysler 300 L Convertible 52k original miles 1 of 440 Built only 85 known
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chrysler
- Model: Other
- SubModel: 300 L
- Type: Convertible
- Year: 1965
- Mileage: 52,000
- VIN: C453199955
- Color: Yellow
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1965 Chrysler Other 300 L1965 Chrysler 300L Convertible 52,000 original Miles Like New Drives Excellent Watch youtube video here below:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HNMScU25dcFollow link, opy and paste in browser or email us for a direct link. Precious Metals Fine Motor Cars is San Diego's Premier Showroom for concours restored cars. We often offer automobiles for sale out of our personal collection. We are on a constant mission to acquire the best of the best which we offer to the public. Buy with confidence our vehicles are some of the finest on the market. Visit our about ME Link at he top of this page. for more info or to tour our collection of Pre and Post war and 50's-60's collection, e also keep an assortment of Muscle cars and remarkable Hot-Rods.OFFICE: 1-619-515-2220FAX: 1-619-619-515-2292CELL: 1-619-451-2130EMAIL: email@example.com
In 1955, hrysler introduced the C300. The 'C' stood for coupe and the 300 was the horsepower rating of the original Hemi engine equipped wit, wo four barrel carbs, olid lifters, pecial manifolds, nd enlarged dual exhausts. This vehicle gave the Chrysler Corporation a performance and sporty image, much needed persona in this post World War II era. Many European manufacturers, uch as Jaguar and MG, ad introduced high powered, mall, esponsive sports cars. American manufacturers countered with the Chevrolet Corvette and the Ford Thunderbird. The Chrysler 300 was a performance car with a contemporary 'Forward Look' designed by ex-Studebaker stylist Virgil Exner. The design was void of the popular chrome sides which was prevalent during this era. It was simple but aggressive gentleman's car.
The letters continued to climb the alphabet annually until the 300L of 1965 (the letter I was skipped). They became known as the 'letter cars'. In 1959, he 392 hemi was replaced with the 413 cubic-inch Golden Lion wedge-head design engine. In 1962, he 300 Sport series became available alongside the 300H. The 300, ithout a letter designation was continued until 1971. In 1970, he 300 Hurst was produced, uilt by Chrysler and modified by the Hurst Company. The modifications included two-tone paint, pecial striping, poiler on the deck lid, nd wheels. The 300 name was again revived in 1979 as the 300 Special Edition, ut endured a short life span. It was based on the Cordoba platform and available only in white with red leather interior….Even with eleven years of production, ess than 17,000 were produced. The body style’s available were either a two door hardtop or convertible. The convertible was not available during 1955, 956, nd 1963. The L was the last of the letter-series 300s.
Sold alongside the standard 300 series of which over 3700 were built the “L” designation was a special car. The same options that came equipped on an “L” could also be ordered on a 300, nd with a very close style many believe at the time the L wasn’t so special however only 440 were built. Today we now know and understand the rarity and uniqueness of the car. Only 85 cars have been uncovered worldwide and are registered with Chrysler 300 Club members. The 300L is highly sought after in today’s collector car market its performance of 360hp was a quite a feat of engineering in 65 and today makes this car very useable on our new highways. Sluggish cars of the era are no match for the 300L. The main theme of the Legendary Letter cars still made up the essential formula for Chrysler Letter cars no matter the opinion of 300 series buyers or long lived Letter car enthusiasts: personal luxury car with superior performance, mproved handling, ith no reduction in size or weight. The issue of whether the 300-L met or exceeded its counterparts within the brand may be debated endlessly by enthusiasts, ut we can say that the "L" stood apart from other Chrysler cars of 1965. Only 2,845 (2,405 hardtops and 440 convertibles) were built and, n the minds of some, hat is exclusive and will justify attention on all collector levels and in all collector markets.This 300L Convertible
This particular car is a superb example covering merely 52,000 miles from new the car has undergone a compressive restoration and is well preserved throughout the interior is mostly original and very nice. This is a 2 owner vehicle the second owner resides in Santee, a and bought the car in 1976 with 31,000 miles. The exterior has been re painted in the original color French Ivory SS1 and trimmed in P4X Black interior with Bucket seats. Dash and gauges are original like new and work as they should. The engine is the original 52,000 original mile motor and runs like the day is was new, erviced as needed cleaned and prepped, riginal valve covers are available. The car has been recently serviced, t runs and rives great down the highway and throughout town. All lights and turns signals work as they should and you can confidently get in this car and drive away. The exterior paint and body is very nice, oors shut nice all gaps are nice and even paint quality is very very good. Chrome has been redone in the past 2 years and looks nice. Over all this car is a show worthy example that can be driven at your leisure.
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