NOT MINE 1965 Chrysler 300L - $29,600 (Los Angeles, CA)

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1965 Chrysler 300L - cars & trucks - by dealer - vehicle automotive...
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1965 Chrysler 300L Convertible
1 OF 440 Produced

A personal luxury car with more than adequate performance, improved handling without sacrifice in ride, and no attempt to reduce size or weight. For a larger-than-average passenger car, it comes remarkably close to equaling some of the European sports cars in the area of handling and beats most in sheer speed. Super big comfortable bucket seats with sporty center console shifter that looks incredibly stylish.
Standard equipment on the 300-L included the 360hp, 413 four-barrel with an unsilenced air cleaner, dual-point distributor, 727 TorqueFlite automatic, a console-mounted vacuum gauge.
Extremely well restored to factory condition in a process that has zero reproduction parts. Drives like a dream and has surprising acceleration. Upgraded ignition + engine electronics. Style for miles and one of only 95 known to still exist so you’re not going to see another one.
 
Same color combo as my 300L, love it!
But there are some details that hurt my eyes. As they say, no reproduction parts, but with a little research you could certainly have found the correct steering wheel.
 
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