SOLD 1969 Chrysler 300 Convertible

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I have owned this convertible for 3 years. The photos shown were all taken within this time frame except for the photos showing the body and engine work, which was done in 2005. The last photo shows the car before it was restored. Car was originally from Texas. 69 Chrysler 300 convertibles are scarce in any condition, but this one also comes with great options. First, Red Color (R6). Scarce in these big Chryslers, with white Interior (W1). Vehicle also came with Air Conditioning (H51), Console with buckets (C16), Power Windows (P31), Front Disc Brakes (B41) and Power Drivers Seat (P25), Tilt Telescoping Steering Column. In addition to these desirable options came Tinted Glass(G11), AM 8 Track(R22) Currently not present., "Rear Seat speakers (R31) and Fender Turn Signals (L31). Engine is the standard 440- 4bbl. with Torqueflite transmission. Tires are brand new white letters. Just gave it a tune up and cooling flush. Car is overall in exc condition, except for a few flaws. The PLUSES. Original rust free Texas car, before restoration. 106,000 original miles. Highly optioned in great colors. A real head turner. Body and Engine were redone in 2005, Interior was redone in 2006, exhaust system was done 6 years ago. New battery. The minuses,The trunk floor was not replaced during the restoration but just patched. When the engine was rebuilt, the owner decided to put in a performance cam shaft. It gives it typical muscle car race idle. It also does not really provide enough vacuum, so it is not performing as well as it could. Great cruiser but certainly not a race car. Top is solid, but not as bright and clean as it could be. Drivers interior door trim panel is loose on the bottom due to some broken clips. $29.995 or b/o Ebay listing 1969 Chrysler 300 Series | eBay Scott
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