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Hope i did this one right.
It may just be an error on my end, but I think the Facebook ad may have been taken down.
The FB ad (in Colfax, WA) is still up and running. From the ad, we are told that the asking price is $1,200 and the following:
"1972 Chrysler Newport Royal / 400 big block / 727 auto / Little to no rust / No title"
AFAIK, this Newport Royal has been for sale in eastern Washington State since at least March. The latest ad (linked above) was posted a few hours ago, and it shows a recent sprinkling (or hosing) of the car at the exact location where a dry, dirty car stood in the older ads. Since we see a pic of the car on a trailer, it may well be that the new ad is by a flipper. Here are pics for records.
The tag is not available, but from the look of the seats the car must be a Newport Royal Special Package: GK6 paint, V1L vinyl roof (remnants of which can be seen on the passenger side sail panel), and M3L3 parchment interior with cloth-and-vinyl split back bench seats.
If someone could obtain and post a photo of the fender tag, that would be great!
At $1200 coming to a derby near you soon!
And that would be a shame. Even though it had a vinyl top looks like little to no rust around the rear window. That should indicate the rest of the car is solid.
I think the guy who posted it on the Marketplace is a derby guy.
Car looks great wet.
Possible 630 block already sold to a racer...
230 if super lucky
Shame about that quarter. Unless you have passion for these cars. That will prolly be a death sentence for this beautiful beast.
That and no title
Forgot about that one. Some states a title aint hard to get. Some it's not worth the hassle.
the quarter could likely be brought back with hydraulic equipment
Virginia, no title, fuhgeddaboudit!
Man, there is my parts car if it's mostly rust free. Just need to figure out 1) explaining my absence to my wife as I drive cross country and back, 2) the hole in our checking account and 3) where to hide it on our .4 acres in town.