1970 Chrysler 300 Series
1970 Chrysler 300H Hurst Special Edition Coupe. What can I tell you about a 300H that anyone looking at it doesn't already know? All the usual 300H goodies: 1 of 485 (or 501 depending on which source), fiberglass hood, trunk lid and quarter panel extensions, brown leather Chrysler Imperial interior with dual power seats and passenger side recliner, 440TNT 375HP with dual exhaust, 727 automatic, Chrysler Rally Wheels, remote trunk release - vacuum and Hurst installed cable (both work). Plus a few of the available options: AM/FM 8-track player, power windows, cruise control, tilt and telescope wheel with 2-spoke steering wheel and the rim blow horn, air conditioning. Odometer reads 41,250. There is no documentation on the miles; could be 141,250 or even 241,250! but the pedals show very little wear. Some of the detail stuff about this particular car I like to note: All 4 wheel well chrome trim pieces are excellent. If you're a 300 person you now these are usually damaged because the stick out and are very hard to find undamaged. The power seats both have the correct chrome buttons, also hard to source, and the original Hurst installed chrome handled trunk release cable works great. Small stuff but great to have! I hope the pictures speak for themselves.The lower rear quarters need work and above each rear tire. trunk floor has some holes. Otherwise its very solid; floors, sills, etc as you can see. The back seat was out to grease the rear power window tracks and you can see how clean the floors are. Ready for cruise night or for a serious paint job, your choice, depending on your budget and your preference. Thanks for looking.