Located in Melbourne, FL 32935 Number matching 440 engine and numbers matching 727 transmission, 3.23 Sure Grip. Fender tag and build sheet present. E85 440 CID 1-4 BBL 220 HP D34 Standard Duty Automatic Transmission CP46 Chrysler Town and Country 9 passenger wagon T Engine Designation 220HP 440 4 bbl 3 1973 D Assembly Plant - Belvidere, Illinois 303339 Serial number HL4 Color Sahara Beige D8T5 Deluxe Vinyl 50/50 Split Bench Seat - Light Tan HT7 Upper Door Frame Paint 613 Production Date June 13, 1973 R90184 Order Number HL4 Roof Type or Color - Sahara Beige U Built to US Specifications C58 50/50 Split Bench G11 Tinted Glass - All Windows G25 Manual Vent Wing Windows G31 Right Hand Outside Mirror Manual Chrome H52 Heater Front with Dual Air Conditioning- Non Auto Temp L21 Cargo Compartment Lamp L31 Fender Mounted Turn Signals M15 Door/Quarter Upper Frame Mouldings M45 Wheel House Opening Skirts M84 Tailgate Step Sill Plate M91 Luggage Rack M95 Assist Handles N88 Automatic Speed Control P28 Left and Right Power Seats P31 Power Windows P41 Power Door Locks P44 Power Lock - Tailgate R35 Am/Fm multiplex Stereo 10 Watts S61 Tilt/Telescoping Steering Column V5X Body Side Protective Moulding with Vinyl Insert - Black End End of Codes I purchased this car in 2011 and had it shipped from Texas to Florida. At that time I rebuilt the carb, put shocks on it, tuned it up with plugs, wires, cap, rotor. I installed new carpet, and a muffler and drove the car for about a year. I might have put 1200 miles on or so. Then I lost storage, and it stayed at a friends shop until late 2016, when I brought it to my house, since i now had a place for it. It needed to be gone over again, so I decided to pull the engine to re-gasket it and make it look pretty. At this point my motto became " there is no easier time to do ( insert task here) than right now". So, the engine got rebuilt, the transmission got rebuilt, the cooling system rebuilt, the brake system got rebuilt, the gas tank professionally cleaned and sealed, the carburetor sent to National Carburetor and remanufactured...... I have got somewhere between 250 and 300 miles on the car since the rebuild. All options work including the dual air conditioning. The rim-blow switch is soft and supple, but someone moved the horn to a button on the dash. This wagon has a fresh alignment and new Nexen 235/75/15 white wall tires as well. The car has a couple small rust spots on the bottom of the spare tire well, but very small. Some surface rust over the long windows, but its virtually rust free. I have all mouldings for this car, no looking for parts. I have a roll of 3M Dinoc for the car, extra carpet to replace the load deck carpeting, and a headliner from SMS with NOS material. The paint is mostly original, it appears that the driver's front fender was replaced at some point, and painted to match. There is too much new stuff on this car to list it all. Interested parties can PM me and we can go over it in detail. Trades possible for long bed pickup. Looking for $8000 or best offer.