1965 CHRYSLER 300L AC CONVERTIBLE for sale
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1965 CHRYSLER 300L AC CONVERTIBLE for sale



Hi all, 

I added this 1965 CHRYSLER 300L AC CONVERTIBLE for sale on the site's swap page. David, the seller, is a member of 
this mail list. Just in time for summer cruising. :)

Thanks,
Gary H.


1965 CHRYSLER 300L AC CONVERTIBLE for sale
 One of the last letter cars ever made (based on VIN), this 1965 300L convertible came from the factory in highly 
desirable pink silver paint, AC, tow package and more. It has been mechanically restored with no expense
spared by a noted Mopar mechanic (whose own 1966 300 convertible won Best in Class at
Greenwich a few years ago). It has been driven up and down the East Coast extensively and
without a single incident.

This 300L came from the factory with extensive options including AC, Golden Tone AM
radio with rear speaker, tinted glad, 'Special Equipment Package' (heavy duty cooling), left remote
control mirror and more. Tis car had a window sticker of $5,446.70 when it left the factory.

Over $5,000 in parts receipts alone have been invested in this no-expense-spared mechanical
restoration. All the work performed was done with factory correctness in mind. New OEM-spec
exhaust, vibration damper, electronic ignition, fuel pump, shocks, brakes and brake lines, motor
mounts, belts, hoses, rebuilt carb and so much more. Te car currently wears period correct
Magnum 500 wheels; however, the correct OEM wheels and hub caps come with the car.

I have also accumulated an extensive list of spare parts including several unobtainable
items. Two factory seats with headrests (super rare!), spare side glass, instrument clusters, 300L
medallions, wiring and all mechanisms for a power window upgrade, headlight glass, chromed rear
bumper and more. Tese will be frst ofered separately for sale to the L buyer as a courtesy.

Hagerty shows a #3 condition price of $25,000. Asking $20,500 OBO for quick sale. Ofers
welcome, but no tire kickers please. An article and photos on this exceptionally honest 300L can be
found here: http://www.19622to1965mopar.ornocar.com/mmo620013.html

Interested parties can email me for more information as well as to schedule to see one of the
last letter cars (convertible or otherwise!) ever made. I'd love to see this beautiful L go to a loving
and appreciative home. David six one zero 940.557 -- TorqueChap@xxxxxxxxx, Philadelphia PA

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