[Chrysler300] Evaluation of 300G for sale on eBay
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[Chrysler300] Evaluation of 300G for sale on eBay





After reading the glowing and extensively detailed description offered by the seller, and looking at all the pictures (admittedly through my eyes completely untrained and unqualified in evaluating this particular car),  all I can say is WOW! --  We in the Club are  SO FORTUNATE to have such detail-oriented experts as have commented on even the tiniest discrepancies on this car!  You guys are AMAZING!  And being called anal-retentive is considered a compliment - hope you take it that way!  Someday soon I hope to bring my own  300C  (four-year restoration) at one of the Club meetings, where it can be inspected and evaluated by experts on my particular car -- and I really want to take every criticism as a positive comment; I prefer to call them "Opportunities for Improvement!"   

Ray Melton       Las Cruces, NM    1957 Chrysler 300C convertible   white/Gauguin  S/N   3N572517


On 1/16/2017 5:02 PM, Michael Falcone mjf175@xxxxxxx [Chrysler300] wrote:
 

You forgot to mention the wrong seats, 300F leather pattern.




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From: dverity@xxxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] <Chrysler300-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: John Holst <jholst@xxxxxxxxx>; chrysler300 <chrysler300@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Mon, Jan 16, 2017 6:08 pm
Subject: Re: [Chrysler300] from Larry Jett

 
Here is what I saw on this car.
 
The glowing description doesn’t match the pictures of the car! Here is what a found with a quick look.
 
62 headlight bezels
Wipers don’t park
62 grille medallion
Front bumper alignment sucks
Body plugs under trunk lid painted, and is that mouse nest hanging out of one of the holes?
Wrong trunk carpet and boards
Chrysler letters on trunk not painted
Wrong fan belts
A/C tag missing, and converted to 134
Wrong jiffy jet bag, and bracket painted
Data tag suspicions, and vin tag riveted on
Electric chokes
Rams painted with carbs on- overspray
Wrong coil
Routing of heater hoses- no bracket at coil
Plug wires wrong
Battery hold down wrong
Wrong hose clamps
Dirty carpet
Worn pedal pads and wrong emergency brake pad
Console trim scratched, and screw through center of ribbed portion
No gap fillers on doors or quarters
No light shields for buttons
No bottom of car pictures, who knows what else is hidden
 
It took longer to write this out than to look at it. Buyer beware. But whoever buys it, I’ll bet all his friends will OOH and AAH over his pretty red car.
 
Don
 
Sent: Monday, January 16, 2017 3:48 PM
Subject: RE: [Chrysler300] from Larry Jett
 
 
The Mardi Gras Red G is still listed on Ebay with description of data plate that shows it was originally White. Present price $25,655 with reserve not being met.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1961-Chrysler-300-Series-300G-/122302677144?forcerrptr=true&hash=item1c79cec098:g:f8cAAOSwA3dYCrC0&item=122302677144

It is being sold by a dealer and may also being sold on "bring your trailer". JH...

At 01:35 PM 1/16/2017, you wrote:


It’s a G coupe. Mardi Gras red is a color change from original white. Looks to be driver quality in the photos. It has been on ebay recently.

Carl B.

From: 'Bob Merritt' bob@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300]
Sent: Monday, January 16, 2017 11:26 AM
To: Chrysler 300 List
Subject: [Chrysler300] from Larry Jett

 
Larry Jett writes:
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​Bring A Trailer has a Mardi Gras a/c coupe selling in three hours.  Looks good enough for somebody to consider.  High bid was but 29.5 a few minutes ago.  Might be a bargain​.

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