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sorry.. didn’t see it go.
Does anyone know if the 65 L 4-Speed Convertible sold?
1965 Chrysler 300l Convertible | T137.1 | Kissimmee 2020 | Mecum Auctions
It's up on Thursday January 9th. fairly early (137), I'd say mid afternoon.
Sorry guys, missed this one.
Does anyone remember Ron Slobe? I purchased several piles of NOS parts from his wife and a fellow named John at his place. Its been a few years back. There were at least two Sox cars there. This post just reminded me of that time. I have no clue how many clones were made but would guess Slobes cars were real deal. Who really knows? I can say that the back building was the largest collection of Hemi and Sixes I have ever seen in one place. He had some impressive stuff for sure. I could just kick myself for not buying more cars from his wife. They were going very reasonable and a friend of mine was flipping them right and left. Those were some good days. Happy motoring!
My Favorite year Slab..
$7150, and that includes the 10% buyer fee. So.....$6500 hammered.
Love the interior.
Yeah, I hope the car is still there late this coming week so I can have a lookee.
Thank you, think the dealer made a loss then after all the transport fees from original auction and then same to this one.
Original auction pics showed the car to be in much better condition, so kinda glad I did not buy it.
Have come across a coupe for sale in UK but not got a price as yet, only a number to call.
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That's a Fusie.
I knew that.. I was testing ya.
Wow! That brings back memories! I had one that was identical including the interior. I moved to AZ (1997) in that car driving from Indianapolis. It was so comfy and I was impressed that it averaged 18.1 mpg.