NOT MINE 1970 Chrysler 300 Convertible - $12,800 - Westminster, Mass.

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    1970 Chrysler 300 Convertible - $12,800 - Westminster, Massachusetts

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    Chrysler 300 2 owner last guy owned car since 1974 car runs drives exc 440 auto power windows cruise buckets console inside nice driver quallity new heater core car is a driver put trunk pan quarter bottoms ect all metal work is done figure i would offer it before i paint it call randy [hidden information]
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    SUPER COOL '70 needs to retire in California!
     
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    That settles it; if I decided to sell my car the price will be 12 grand. If I redo the interior first the price will go up.
     
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    Never Sell! Just Ride into that sublime Chico Sunset . . .
     
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    Console, power windows and cruise control are nice touches on this one.

    The other thread definitely needs a close-up of the fender tag!
     
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    Snotty Senior Member FCBO Gold Member

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    But it's also weird in that it has a clock, yet no AC and an AM radio.
     
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    What makes that 'weird'?
     
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    No AC in MA for a vert doesn't surprise me. I want to know what's under the fresh paint of the trunk pan and how was the body work done. I like the car but I think it would need a close inspection and a cleaning at that price. JMO.
     
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    Clocks are usually one of the last options added. How many cars do you see with a clock and no AC? Also an AM radio with a clock? That's weird.

    It's similar to this car that I saw: slant 6, no AC, PB, or PS, three on the tree... yet a clock. Weird!!


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    Dad always ordered a clock, tach, economy gauge etc because the blanked off gauge opng. just bugged him.
     
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    Here is the Tag -
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    also have the dude's number so PM me if you're interested...don't wanna just post it here in the open..
     
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    If you personally took that photo why did you not take the pedals?!?!?
     
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    Ha! The entire car was for sale, not for parts. I was viewing the car for a member here who lives in Oz or NZ. If the car had been in better shape I would have been interested in it myself. It was
    just 30 minutes away, but it was rough.


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    A VOLPATO was the Chrysler Plymouth Imperial Dealer on Park Avenue, Chico?

    If so, as a Chico State Sophomore Fall of ‘79 I took my first car [‘70 Challenger F8 ‘Vert] to get an estimate on fixing both rear quarters. $3K?! for a cool ride I’d paid $1,200 for in my hometown of San Francisco Amazing memories in 1980s Butte County!
     
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    I have no idea; I've only lived here ten years.

    Repair costs have always been an interesting prospect. Lasher VW on Florin Road in South Sac wanted $650 to repairs some damage on my '61 VW in 1975. I only paid $425 for the car a year earlier! When I wanted to replace the window seal in my '70 Challenger, which was leaking badly, the glass company would not do it unless I signed a waiver stating I would not hold them responsible for the glass if it broke. They did not want to be responsible for the cost of the shield, which was more than I paid for the car as well!
     
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    I transferred to Sac State as a Junior that same year!
     
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    I actually transferred up to Chico from Long Beach State as a Freshman, mainly because a ton of my Riordan High School buddies were there and of course, Pioneer Days . . . Old Guys Rule!
     
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    Nice colors
     
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    Shows sale pending now......Yeah it's me! Will be my first C-body since the 69 Fury 4dr sedan that I had in high school back in the mid 80's! Can't wait to get it home in a few weeks!
     
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    Congratulations !
     
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