Re: [Chrysler300] 1961G convert?
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Re: [Chrysler300] 1961G convert?

I returned home to Chicago from B-J this evening, and saw it cross the block right after I walked in the door. The G's body plate is a WW1 (Alaskan White) car. The way the car was parked on the arena floor, right next to a Transformers monster and truck layout, made it impossible to fully open the doors to take a good look at it. The interior looked very good, as did the engine compartment, although chrome air cleaners were added. Also, the B-J security guards don't allow folks to touch the cars, and I was almost chased out of the auction, when looking at a couple other cars. That said, I did open the driver's as much as I could - about a 1/4 of the way, and saw that the door jambs were kind of rough. The beautiful finish of the exterior wasn't carried through to the door jambs. I went by the car several times, and no 'owner' was ever there to get added info. I didn't hear it run. Wasn't able to see the trunk area. The fit and finish was good, and the doors closed nicely. I saw zero evidence of rust. The chrome and trim also looked nice. The top looked to be tan, from the little of it I saw lifting a corner of the black convertible boot, and it did not look to be new. Note also that the G crossed the block later on the evening today, after quite a few bidders had left the arena. 
Noel Hastalis
Burr Ridge, IL  
F Coupe

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On Jan 29, 2016, at 9:53 PM, George McKovich george@xxxxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] <Chrysler300-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


What in the world was wrong with the G convert that sold for 80+K?



Posted by: Noel Hastalis <cpaviper@xxxxxxxxxxx>

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