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Already posted on the 300 club website for $65k:
300 C Convertible 3N571387 White, wire wheels, very rare factory air convertible. 48,000 original...
Swap the heater hoses at the firewall. The flow is probably going backwards.
Try and reuse the old unit if possible. The new ones don't read right, it reads 3/4 at full and you still have 1/4 of a tank left at empty.
I know of a 64 Chrysler 300 4-speed car for sale if your interested, not mine. Its in Washington State.
Since everyone else is asking...looking for Teague Motors Salem, OR. My 300G was sold new there.
Trade me something good
Ive got a few...these are just the Washington plates/frames. I’ve got another wall with Oregon and two walls for California. Always buying...
Its been for sale for over a year. If I remember an earlier ad it is an estate sale situation.
I owned one in the past, Tallzag owns one, and Pete, who replied to this thread, has a 440 70 Fury WSP Car. All T Code cars. Here is a build...
Incorrect. In 1970 WSP had T Code 440s in all of their cruisers with the F01 Engine Conversion Package which got you dual exhaust. Mopar rated...
What is a 64 engine code? 62 was 383-4, 81 and 82 were the two 440s in 66.
Bought some seat material for the 73 Polara WSP car on the sale.
It still says 100 miles for me? Maybe outside the big metro areas it lets you do 500?
With the borders closed I don't even know how you would get it into the US at this point. Canadian sale would be more likely.
The whole rocker is gone on the pass side. Might break in half when loading, plus the 392 and trim is most of the value which are both gone.
If it still has 90% original paint, its a survivor.
I don't understand the nit picking on this car. Look at the trunk. Look at the dutchman panel. This is a 100% rust free Northwest Survivor....
$39,400 US. Seems reasonable to me.
Been for sale for almost a year. Nice car but with two extra doors and needing work to get back on the road the price will have to come down further.