NOT MINE 1969 Chrysler 300 Convertible - $5,500 - Van Nuys, California

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1969 Chrysler 300 Convertible - $5,500 - Van Nuys, California

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1969 Chrysler 300. Clean title. Reg was up in Aug 2021. We have key. Starts. Only 1,933 of these models were built. Has top not in great condition with rips. Great car to get and add to your restoration projects and classic cars collection! Sold as is
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black outside with white guts! That is a sharp looking ride. In my mind. after a restoration of course.
 

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Can it really be 250K miles or is that just a way of saying "I have no idea"? This is a very highly optioned car - would like to see the body code plate. It even seems to have the cornering light option which is very rare on these models.

Given the license plate suggests this car was very recently bought, titled and registered it makes me think the guy had big ideas that were soon deflated after looking more realistically at all the work ahead of him and has decided to sell it instead........
 
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Looks like it was a cheap respray and cheap upholstery. Must not be a California car with that rust.
But all that being said. I would like to get a good deal this car. Too bad about the seats. And that horizontal piping at shoulder blade level . Trunk drops may be gone...
 

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Looks like it was a cheap respray and cheap upholstery. Must not be a California car with that rust.
But all that being said. I would like to get a good deal this car. Too bad about the seats. And that horizontal piping at shoulder blade level . Trunk drops may be gone...

Actually the piping at shoulder level is factory correct for those factory door/qtr. panels - what is missing though is the 300 emblem that should be in the piping dip on the front doors. So those door panels are likely original. Overall, car looks pretty beat up though.

From 1969 Chrysler 300 Trim Selector

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New Listing 1969 Chrysler 300 Convertible - $5,500 - Van Nuys, California

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1969 Chrysler 300. Clean title. Reg was up in Aug 2021. We have key. Does not start. Needs a tow! Only 1,933 of these models were built. Has top not in great condition with rips. Great car to get and add to your restoration projects and classic cars collection! Sold as is. Not sure of mileage

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This Chrysler would look tremendously better with a deep clean, it always perplexes me when a seller doesn't consider it a good idea to do so.
 

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Now I'm a fan of whirewalls...but they have to be the era correct ones to suit the car. These early 50s mega wode whites are so wrong for this car that they actually detract from it. Pretty nice bones to work from.
 
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