Price: - Item location: Denver, Colorado, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chrysler
  • Model: Newport
  • SubModel: Town&Country
  • Type: Wagon
  • Trim: Woodgrain
  • Year:1968
  • Mileage:115,000
  • VIN:CE45H8C144800
  • Color:Green
  • Engine size:440
  • Number of cylinders:8
  • Fuel:Gasoline
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Gold
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1968 Chrysler Newport Town&Country

1968 Chrysler Town&Country Station Wagon

This great old Mopar arrived to Denver almost a year and a half ago in pieces. I bought it to save it from

being in a Derby. It was just TOO nice to let that happen. It took my Mopar mechanic Over a year to get it

back road-worthy. I easily have Over 10K into it. But, feel it won't end-up in the wrong hands at this point.

The 440 is not original to the car. The original 383 was too far gone from sitting inside a garage and not

being started for many,many, years. This truly was a labor of love to get done. There is just too much to list

everything done. The paint and Woodgrain are factory original from 68. The seats and head-liner were

re-done as well. Most everything works! Even the Super-rare AM/FM Radio, Power tail-gate window. Horn,

wipers, lights, NEW tires with a set of non-period correct Road wheels. But the original wheels were not with

the car. And Honestly, what Mopar does not look great with Road wheels. Brakes are disc in Front and Totally

re-done. New booster, new bolts all-around the manifolds. Starts right-up! New Dual exhaust all the way to front.

New cancel-cam ( The expensive version ) New oem style carpet. Since I didn't want to write a novel about

the car, feel free to e-mail any questions. All the Factory trim is there. Very Solid Body! Fender-Skirts both there.

Windshield is Brand-new as Well. No warranty is offered or implied. ( It's almost 50 years old ! ) My Feed-back

is 100 Percent Positive over the last 15 years. ALL cars I have ever sold have gotten me Fantastic Feed-back

The car is not perfect, but I'd give it a strong 7 on a 1-10 scale. Over-seas buyers are welcome.

And if you don't want to wait-out the 10 days of the auction, shoot me a buy it now offer. My reserve will be

super-low. I just want to find this Mopar a great home. My corral is full. This is the 6-Passenger Model