Would be interesting to hear about all the circumstances on how you acquired the 300.
I usually don't like 4 doors but you car is really nice looking with the black and white interior.
Congratulations and welcome aboard! I think you got a good trade, the car looks pretty nice. It sounds like you did a lot of work to it already. The chrome looks good and I like the hub caps, and the tires look new or newer. I wouldn't invest too much in it and just drive it for now. You're a young guy and it sounds like you don't keep your cars very long so I wouldn't put too much into it, but it sounds like you know what you're doing.
Welcome aboard. Nice car. Looks like you are going to be doing a lot of body work. how do the floor and trunk pan look?
I think that trade worked out very well for you congrats!
That is a really good looking ride.
As long as you keep original wheels and caps - why not change for your choice of rims ?
Man ! These are some really gorgeous cars ! And without a lot of serious rust like so many Canadian cars.
Welcome to FCBO. I will follow your progress with much interest.
Welcome, great looking 4-doors, especially the 300! Regarding the 383, how do you know it is not original?
I don't think the VIN was stamped on the blocks in '68, but the brochure doesn't list it as an option, that must be the reason. Looks like the 383 was last available in the 300 in 1966.
Sweet Ride! You're going to find a world of hurt under that chrome Molding! I've repaired two of these on my own cars. 68 Monaco 67 Polara Coupe. Check the Trunk Pan and under the Rear Seat Carpet it's usually where the water goes when it rust through and leaks