1964 chrysler 300




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    1964 chrysler 300

    1964 chrysler 300

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Unfortunately, if you fly in and drive it home, we are required to charge Tax and DMV for the privilege of driving on California roads! The Chrysler was the first of the mid-range Chryslers inspired by the letter-series The front clip, including the grille, was taken from the Imperial of the same year, but the rest of the car did not look like an Imperial. Sales increased to coupes and convertibles.

    1964 chrysler 300

    1964 chrysler 300

    1964 chrysler 300

    1964 chrysler 300

    1964 chrysler 300

    CHRYSLER K | The Vault Classic Cars

    Here is a beautiful Chrysler K , with cubic inch V-8, and loaded up with options! Note the Black California License plates — original to the car. This car just came from very long ownership dating back to The former owner was a super fussy engineer, who kept a checksheet record of everything he did to the car!

    Nice, straight, rust free bodywork too! Excellent chrome and trim throughout! The had special bucket seats and console, a very nice touch. These seats were redone with New Old Stock inserts with the correct silvery emblem. This wheel is in really excellent condition, with only a little bit of internal cracking. The dashboard is beautiful! Also note the console shifter, which was only. The Newports and other Chryslers still had pushbuttons on the left side of the dash.

    1964 chrysler 300

    Beautiful Chrome Ribbed headliner. Also note the headrests. Excellent rear seat, again, done with NOS insert material. Beautiful Emblem and speaker grille too. Nicely and correctly detailed, with Chrysler Blue paint.

    Also note how the firewall and fenderwells are nicely finished. Again, super clean all the way down! Note also the coolant stickers. Love those Emblems! Super clean trunk, note the factory cardboard, jacking instructions, jack and spare.

    1964 chrysler 300

    Look at this trunk sheetmetal! Jack and spare mount. The paint on this car is very nice, a good quality, smooth, color sanded and buffed job. There is a scratch on the hood, shown here, which has been touched up.

    A very rare, Chrysler Letter car you can drive and enjoy now! California law does not provied for a "cooling off" period for vehicle lease or purchase contracts. Therefore, you cannot later cancel such a contract simply because you change your mind, decide the vehicle costs too much, or wish you had acquired a different vehicle. After you sign a motor vehicle purchase or lease contract, it may only be cancelled with the agreement of the seller or lessor or for legal cause, such as fraud.

    This contract cancellation option requirement does not apply to the sale of a motorcycle or an off-highway motor vehicle subject to identification under California law. See the vehicle contract cancellation option agreement for details. The prospective purchaser of a vehicle may, at his or her own expense and with the approval of the dealer, have the vehicle inspected by an independent third party either on or off the dealership premises.

    1964 chrysler 300

    Out of state customers are responsible to pay sales tax and any other government fees in their own state. Unfortunately, if you fly in and drive it home, we are required to charge Tax and DMV for the privilege of driving on California roads! We do not offer financing.

    All contract documentation must be signed and the car paid for in full before the car can be released to the buyer. All Photos and descriptions in this website are copyrighted , , , , , Designed by Ken Weeks. Welcome to our new look! Classic Car Club of America. Lost America — spectacular night photography — especially old cars with unusual lighting Old Volkswagens. Transmission recently rebuilt Power steering Power Brakes Power windows, all 4 working great!

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