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1968 Chrysler 300 Convertible


440ci 4bbl V8

3-speed Automatic Transmission

Bucket Seat Interior

Air Conditioning

Power Steering

Power Convertible Top

Power Windows/Locks

This 1968 Chrysler 300 Convertible sure was the car to have back in it's day! Highly optioned with the Luxury of its Power Everything, these cars were remarkable drivers and the looks would always turn heads. Sure, It may not be part of the muscle car category, but many people sought after these cars for enjoyment and comfort and the 440ci V8 gave the muscle cars a run for their money!

The Body on this 300 is in good shape and presentable, but some light bubbling is seen around both rear wheel well's as well as some light paint peeling on drivers side behind the rear wheel. Besides these two minor things, the body lines up well, doors open and close good and same for the hood/trunk. Also both rear wheel skirts are intact and look good too! 

The White Power Convertible top looks good and operates smoothly, and stows away rather well. The blue top Boot also looks good and fits snugly when the top is stored in its lowered position. When raising the top, everything lines up so well and the top practically falls into its alignment pins, just a simple click of the two latches and your done!

The Bucket Seat Interior looks rather good and is quite comfortable. Some light wear is seen but no large rips/tears are seen in the seat upholstery. The carpet is a very brilliant blue but some light staining is seen in the normal spots. All four power windows work as they should as do most of the interior functions. Currently the HVAC blower fan is inoperative.

The Engine runs and sounds great, transmission shifts good and no strange noises are heard from the drivetrain. Currently we consider this a parking lot driver however we have driven this around town and it does drive well, some work maybe needed before any long road trips.

The trunk pan does show some rust (pictured above) and the chassis is in fair shape with the majority of the rust seen under the trunk pan and rear quarter pockets, and small pinholes on the rear of passenger floor pan. The rest of the car appears to be in good shape. Plenty of pictures of the chassis are seen above.


We also took the Liberty to decode the fender tag (Seen in pictures), proper credit is given to for use of their Fender Tag Decoder.

If your interested and would like to know more then give us a call at (360) 863-2241

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