WANTED! 59' and 62' 300 series convertibles in restored condition. The owner of a private museum in Florida on the hunt for these 2 wonderful cars to be purchased and displayed in his 150 car collection. If you have one or both of these cars and have been thinking of selling but want your car to be well taken care of and displayed as it should please call us. My name is Dave and I represent the owner and would love to speak with you. Call me at 5616628064
This car has been owned by my 93 year old dad for 60 years (1956). This beauty is* all original, not a restoration*, with 62476 miles. This big
brute was our daily family car for about 4 years until it was retired to the garage where it only came out for special occasions. The car is only
being sold because mom and dad can't take it with them to independent living. If you are seriously interested in possibly purchasing this car or know someone who is please contact me at email@example.com as Dad doesn't do well on the phone.
After 31 years of ownership, I am selling my G. It is a white 2door hardtop, A/C, power seat & a RCA 45 RPM record player that works perfectly. Just installed new front back seat covers and console carpeting from Goers. Car is beautiful and would make a very nice addition to any collection. Price is $85,000 which is somewhat negotiable. I can be reached at home phone 304-429-5816 & Cell 304-416-5136. I wanted to advise club members before doing any other advertising. Thanks, Val Jeffers
1963 Chrysler 300J for sale, VIN 8433186439, red, 118,364 miles. Is from my father Wilbur "Ray" Campbell's estate. Runs, has a 390hp short ram, 413 engine with 2 four barrel carburetors. Equipped with power steering, windows and brakes, along with a newly manufactured power brake booster . Air conditioning. Includes the original console. Body and upholstery are in good shape, needs paint and heater core needs repair. Has original American mags. Is located in San Leandro, CA. Asking $9,000 OBO. Contact Dan Campbell 1-925-642-9255. Additional pictures upon request.
1963 Chrysler 300 Convertible. It has 85,663 original miles. The car is garaged kept. Just about perfect numbers matching 383 motor. Push button torquflite transmission. Original a.m radio. Power windows,power steering. Comes with original sticker. Great condition. Asking $29,500.00 or B.O. My contact number is 302-530-6618 ask for Joe. (Pics to follow shortly)
1964 CHRYSLER 300K RAM AC CONVERTIBLE
Incredibly rare, factory RAM convertible with AC. The 300 Club estimates around 14 total cars were built and only a handful survive today. This gem has 41k documented miles and is a heavily optioned, triple white example. It even comes with the original build sheet! The car has been repainted once and the interior features the original white leather. All of the super rare and costly parts, such as the dual four barrel carbs and short cross-rams, are factory correct and have never been separated from this 300K. This Brutal Beauty won a "Judge's Choice" award, from a nationally recognized AACA Senior Judge, at Chryslers at Carlisle in 2015. It has not been shown at a concourse event (yet!) and that debut privilege can be exercised by the next owner should they be interested.
This 300K came from the factory with extensive options including 'Special Package' (a true drag strip engine), AC, power windows, power driver's seat, adjustable steering wheel, leather bucket seats and AM-FM rear seat speaker. The 'Special Package' included the FirePower 390 engine, dual 4 barrel carbs, special radiator, 7-blade fan, viscous fan drive, heavy duty brakes, shock absorbers and sway bar. This car had a window sticker of $6,101.70 and was shipped on 1/21/64.
This 'Banker's Hot Rod' has been mechanically restored with no expense spared by a noted Mopar mechanic (whose own '66 300 convertible won Best in Class at Greenwich a few years ago). It has been driven up and down the East Coast extensively and without a single incident. The AC on this car blows ICE COLD!! (Yes, the mechanical restoration is that thorough.)
Nearly $16,000 in receipts have been invested in this no-expense-spared mechanical restoration. All the work performed was done with factory correctness in mind. New items include new convertible top, OEM-spec exhaust, restored AC system, rear brakes, idler arms, shocks, fan shroud, heat pipes, water pump, fan clutch, shocks, all belts and hoses, and so much more. The car currently wears period-correct, rare American Appliance Torq Thrust wheels; however, the correct OEM wheels and hub caps come with the vehicle. The sound of the secondary carbs under Wide Open Throttle is unlike anything I've ever heard and will be deeply missed.
Hagerty shows a #2 1/2 condition price of $48,950. Asking $41,500 OBO for quick sale. No tire kickers please. I'd love to see this beautiful K go to a loving and appreciative home. I also have a 1965 Chrysler 300L AC Convertible for sale as well.
David Morrison, (610) 940-1557. RareChrysler300ForSale@gmail.com
Time to face reality. Part of my life for more than half of it. I need to sell my 1965 300 L H/T VIN C453209661, owned since 1974.
Leather, P/W, P/S, Vinyl Top, reverb. Seen at many Meets in the 80's. With this broken shoulder, and being 78 years Ancient, this car will not get done. Our family Baby, she has to go to someone who can bring it back. Needs much....Last ran when I drove onto the trailer to be transported to Mena. Engine now stuck. Sitting¬ for 20 years or so. All there, little rust, extra parts.
New in the box carpet, most all new front suspension parts, extra R/F Fender. extra Drivers Door, extra Hubcaps and wheels, interior console. Misc. other parts accumulated over 42 years. I think it's worth $3500.00.¬ 479-394-5738 or 501-442-7689 We have Guest Rooms if you want to come see it and visit. ¬ Ray Jones 113 Thunder Lane Mena, AR. 71953
1965 CHRYSLER 300L AC CONVERTIBLE
One of the last letter cars ever made (based on VIN), this 1965 300L convertible came from the factory in highly desirable pink silver paint, AC, tow package and more. It has been mechanically restored with no expense spared by a noted Mopar mechanic (whose own '66 300 convertible won Best in Class at Greenwich a few years ago). It has been driven up and down the East Coast extensively and without a single incident.
This 300L came from the factory with extensive options including AC, Golden Tone AM radio with rear speaker, tinted glad, 'Special Equipment Package' (heavy duty cooling), left remote control mirror and more. This car had a window sticker of $5,446.70 when it left the factory.
Over $5,000 in parts receipts alone have been invested in this no-expense-spared mechanical restoration. All the work performed was done with factory correctness in mind. New OEM-spec exhaust, vibration damper, electronic ignition, fuel pump, shocks, brakes and brake lines, motor mounts, belts, hoses, rebuilt carb and so much more. The car currently wears period correct Magnum 500 wheels; however, the correct OEM wheels and hub caps come with the car.
I have also accumulated an extensive list of spare parts including several unobtainable items. Two factory seats with headrests (super rare!), spare side glass, instrument clusters, 300L medallions, wiring and all mechanisms for a power window upgrade, headlight glass, chromed rear bumper and more. These will be first offered separately for sale to the L buyer as a courtesy.
Hagerty shows a #3 condition price of $25,000. Asking $20,500 OBO for quick sale. Offers welcome, but no tire kickers please. An article and photos on this exceptionally honest 300L can be found here: http://www.1962to1965mopar.ornocar.com/mmo62013.html
Interested parties can email me for more information as well as to schedule to see one of the last letter cars (convertible or otherwise!) ever made. I'd love to see this beautiful L go to a loving and appreciative home. I also have a 1964 Chrysler 300K Ram AC Convertible with 41k documented miles for sale as well. David Morrison, (610) 940-1557. TorqueChap@yahoo.com, Philadelphia PA.
My mother, Claire Koledin, who passed away November 1st, owned a red
1968 Chrysler 300 convertible with 440 ci engine. She loved this car,
and for a time was Secretary of the Chrysler 300 Club. Though she could
no longer drive, nor was the car drivable, she would not part with it.
She bought it new so she had it for the last 48 years.
If there is interest I would like to donate this car to your club in
hopes someone will restore and love it as she did. I believe it would
bring her joy to know her prized possession lived on.
The car is in admittedly poor condition and has been sitting unused in
her carport for decades. It is undamaged and has all original parts. As
the Executor of her estate I would be happy to sign over title to anyone
willing to remove, restore and hopefully love this vehicle. Let me know if any of your members is interested.
Thanks, Butch Koledin, firstname.lastname@example.org