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RE: [Chrysler300] Fwd: Hemmings Daily: 55 Chrysler for sale in NJ

Love the StRegis--we currently have one that my wife's parents owned and we
let a local one go when we got this one.  Great color combination.  Lot of
things wrong but overall great to see.  The missing door handle is sort of

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    Looks to be quite original under the hood.  They got their information
wrong.  Still has dash shifter for Powerflite and engine is not 392.  It has
'55-'56 water pump that can't fit a 392.  Nice looking car.

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From: "Larry Jett LarryWJett@xxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300]"
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Subject: Re: [Chrysler300] Fwd: Hemmings Daily: 55 Chrysler for sale in NJ
Date: Fri, 15 Dec 2017 14:36:23 -0800

                          Very,very rare 19555 New Yorker.  One of none
with a 3 speed automatic....Eat, Drink, and be Larry........


On Fri, Dec 15, 2017 at 1:36 PM, Plotkin Associates
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Just an FYI - Hemmings Daily just put out a 55 Chrysler for sale at $29,990
(5th car down) See below

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Date: December 15, 2017 at 9:04 AM
Subject: Hemmings Daily: Last Oldsmobile built to be sold at New York dealer

The last Oldsmobile built, a 2004 Alero GLS Final 500 Collector&#39;s
Edition. Photo by Joe Ross. Sometime after 9:30 a.m. Eastern this morning, a
Dark Cherry Metallic 2004 Oldsmobile Alero GLS sedan will cross the auction
block at the dealer-only State Line Auto Auction in Waverly, New York. A
13-year-old GM N-body changing hands at a dealer auction is hardly
remarkable, but in this case, the car is: As Automotive News reports, the
Final 500 Collector&#39;s Edition Alero is number 500, making it the very
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Friday, December 15, 2017Last Oldsmobile built to be sold at New York dealer
 Posted by Kurt Ernst - The last Oldsmobile built, a 2004 Alero GLS Final
500 Collector&#39;s Edition. Photo by Joe Ross. Sometime after 9:30 a.m.
Eastern this morning, a Dark Cherry Metallic 2004 Oldsmobile Alero GLS sedan
will cross the auction block at the dealer-only State Line Auto Auction in
Waverly, New York. A 13-year-old GM N-body changing hands at a dealer
auction is hardly remarkable, but in this case, the car is: As Automotive
News reports, the Final 500 Collector&#39;s Edition Alero is number 500,
making it the very last car ever p.... Read More

Hemmings Find of the Day - 1955 Kaiser Manhattan
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226 domestic production.this is not a 1954 with a 1955 hood ornament but a
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I.D tag.It looks to me like a cosmetic restoration was done sometime in
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Posted by Kurt Ernst - 1929 Mercedes-Benz S Roadster by Barker taking Best
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photos courtesy of Peninsula Classics. Since its inception in 2015, the
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WEEK IN REVIEWThursday, December 14, 2017Baja bookends - first and last
model year Bill Stroppe Broncos head to auction
Posted by Kurt Ernst - 1971 (L) and 1975 Baja Broncos. Images courtesy Mecum
Auctions. By 1971, Ford Broncos built by long-time Ford racing partner Bill
Stroppe&#39;s shop had amassed victories in both the Baja 500 and its
bigger, uglier brother, the Baja 1000. To commemorate thisand to drive
Bronco salesFord debuted a limited-edition Baja Bronco on January 28, 1971,
built to resemble the Broncos raced by the Stroppe team and available
through most Ford dealerships. Ford records indicate that roughly 450 were
built before produ...Read More
Hemmings Find of the Day - 1964 Chevrolet K10
Posted by Daniel Strohl - Shortbed crew-cab 1964 Chevrolet K10 for sale on From the seller&#39;s description: The story behind this
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dealership sold it to a local farmer. This pickup runs and drives good. It
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Can&#39;t fly to Stuttgart? You can still tour the Porsche Museum
Posted by Kurt Ernst - Photos courtesy Porsche AG. Completed in 2008,
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Posted by Kurt Ernst - From the seller&#39;s description: 1972 HY dual fuel
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Brand new black leather interior . New tire, rim, brake, steering parts .
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and maintained. Also has an Advanced Adaptors (brand) overdrive transfer
case making this particular M38 more usable on the street with 60 mph
cruising possible. Upgraded Warn locking hubs. Full weather equipment and
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positive, and many people shared their own success stories of getting youth
behind the wheel, but by far everybody wanted to make sure we continued the
conversation so we could share ideas and develop action plans. So,
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cylinder engine with an automatic 3 speed transmission.. This Rambler has
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