SOLD 1976 Newport custom 2-door

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kyle340

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1976 Chrysler Newport custom 2-door. White with the Highlander interior. 400-4bbl, runs and drives, could use a tune up from sitting the past couple of years, a/c blows but not cold, recharge? I'm not sure, it was taken to the dealership at some point and changed to r134a. Wipers do not work, all lights work, and radio. Has some rust in the passenger fender, a little on the edge of the vinyl top, driver's side. Rust in the extreme lower quarters, trunk floor and floor pans are solid. No pics inside the trunk, I didn't get a key. I did pull the rear seat and it looks like the jack has never been taken out. Two build sheets still in the back seats. I believe it will need a trunk lid, the back feels loose like it's separated from the seem. 61k miles, I've only driven the car around the block, runs rough, like I said a tune up and new gas would help, shifts fine. Will need tires, I have the other original wheel and hubcap, it just wouldn't hold air. Clear title has been applied for and awaiting delivery. $2,250. Located in Shepherdsville Kentucky 40165 IMG_20220414_185903173.jpg
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I've crawled into the trunk before to remove the clip holding the trunk key cylinder and then removed the key cylinder itself. Only a suggestion if you want to make a trunk key and take pictures. Good luck with your sale!
 

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You CAN use a flat blade screwdriver to pop that lock, but you will need to then replace it. Wish you were closer to me. That's a TEMPTING deal.
 
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