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The guy who bought my 1962 Chrysler 300 2 years ago wants to sell it now. Here's the description and pics. Ian.

For Sale.

1962 Chrysler 300 Sport, 2 door hardtop. This car has factory installed 300-H running gear -- 413 high performance engine with dual four barrel carbs, rated at 380 horsepower. Also has heavy duty suspension, 15" wheels, 300-H wheel covers, and 150 MPH speedometer all factory installed. The car has power steering, brakes, windows, seat, antenna, trunk opener, Solex glass, Golden-Touch 7-button search tune radio, and optional tan leather interior with front bucket seats. The engine was completely rebuilt in 2000 by local WPC member Ron Wenzel, has been driven 20,000 miles or so since then. This car was sold new in Southern California, has original bill of sale, and all receipts for the past 28 years and showroom brochures etc. The car is super straight and completely rust free, always garaged, & never driven in bad weather. Paint is code WW1 Oyster white, interior Tan. It has been meticulously maintained and partially restored over the years since 1982 and was owned by WPC member Ian Smale from 1982 - 2008. It is a beautiful, but not flawless, car & is ready to be enjoyed & driven anywhere in comfort. Older lacquer re-paint that shows well, chrome and stainless is in excellent condition. Bumpers, lens housings and other misc. chrome pieces were re-plated back in the 80s and look very good. New parking light lenses, tail light lenses, and recent set of new rear brake shoes and new rear springs complete this beautiful car. The original bronze dash pad is like new, the door panels and seats are very good. Some leather has been replaced. The Red/White/Blue 300 side emblems are excellent for the age, with a reproduction grille emblem. Front disk brake kit installed several years ago. The original clear and gold marbleized plastic steering wheel has no cracks on the rims. For more info call Mark Alexander, 250-665-6042, Victoria, BC email rmalexander@shaw.ca











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