For Sale 1970 300 Convertible In AZ. Yes It's Mine $5500

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  1. azblackhemi

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    Never going to restore it so time to sell. A couple members here have expressed an interest before so if you are still interested let me know. Here's the CL link. 1970 Chrysler 300 Convertible

    1970 Chrysler 300 Convertible - $5500 (Waddell)
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    1970 Chrysler 300

    condition: good
    cylinders: 8 cylinders
    drive: rwd
    fuel: gas
    paint color: white
    title status: clean
    transmission: automatic

    1970 Chrysler 300 convertible project car. Numbers matching 440, 727, 3:23 sure grip. Loaded with options: A/C, PS, PB, PW, Power Top and AM/FM 8 Track. New tires on a nice set of Road Wheels. Very solid, straight complete running project car. Rare, less than 1100 made. Rust free body and floor pans with minor rust on the trunk floor. Original blue plate California car. Runs, drives, stops and steers pretty well but has not been driven regularly in a while. Top goes up and down. 99,000 miles. Good Arizona title. $5500. 623-680-8242.
     
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    Solid project. Price seems fair for the condition.
     
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    Wow that’s quite a bargain. Stick to your guns it’s worth every penny you’re asking for it. If you still have it in March maybe I’ll try to come check it out. Good luck w the sale (but don’t give it away...). Nice.
     
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    I’d gladly pay you next Tuesday for a 300 today.....

    GLWS.

    Javier
     
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    There are a number of helpful extra pics of your solid 300 in this thread and also in the current CL ad. We know that CM23T0C136542's fender tag is missing from the radiator support, but its build sheet is here, so all is well -- GLWS!

    PS: In partly related matters, do you happen to have a pic that you could share of the tag for this 300 'vert that you had looked at back in 2012? I am asking for the registry of course...
     
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    This is the first car in a while that has actually tempted me.
    1. It isn't too far
    2. I have the money
    3. I don't have the space.
    I'm out.

    Alan
     
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    Can you post the vin# we have the same car just not as nice also does it have the Hp exhaust manifolds? Good luck with the sale that's a deal.

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    No it doesn't have the HP manifolds. CM27T0C136542.
     
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    IMG_20200114_102524.jpg IMG_20200114_102552.jpg IMG_20200114_102534.jpg I do have a rust free 70 NY'er 4 dr sedan parts car with a perfect trunk floor that I will include to a member here.
     
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    Thank you
     
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    Been fixin a couple of things on the 300. I replaced the engine wiring harness with the one off of the parts car so now it charges the battery. I also diagnosed the headlight doors not opening. Motor is good so it must be the relay. I have an NOS one that I will install as soon as I get the ambition to hang my tired old body upside down under the dash. Or is it easier to pull the instrument cluster out and access it through there? Anyone have experience doing this?
     
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    After having recently put my dash together, the last thing I want to do is try to pull the instrument cluster out. I'm not even sure the relay would be reachable from up there. I would drop the column, (remove the two threaded rods as well) then remove four screws near the windshield. The whole dash will swing down and give easy access. You still have to remove the vent tube if you have AC, but the relay is there on the far left side of the dash. Dealing with just the cluster is a PIA IMHO.

    Here is the view in the parts car:

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    This is it installed:

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    Thanks! I think I'll remove the AC vent tube (if I can) and see what I can see.
     
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    Success! Headlight doors open and close as they should. Found a bad wire going to the bulkhead.

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    With all the great work you are doing to it, you should just keep it....
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