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For Sale: 1963 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 2dr Hardtop, 383, 3speed manual - Project - $10,000 - ROSEDALE, MD - Not Mine


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For Sale: 1963 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 2dr Hardtop, 383 3speed manual - Project - $10,000

1963 CHRYSLER NEWPORT - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org)
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1963 CHRYSLER NEWPORT TWO DOOR HARD TOP FACTORY 3 SPEED MANUAL FLOOR SHIFT, ORIGNAL 361 BIG BLOCK.NOW HAS A 1970 383/335 ENGINE.NEED BODY& PAINT WORK, OVERALL, THE CAR IS IN GOOD CONDITION FOR A 59-YEAR-OLD CAR, CAN BE DRIVEN WITH NO PROBLEMS, QUESTIONS FEEL FREE TO ASK,10,000 OR BEST OFFER. odometer: 77000
Contact: no phone listed.
Copy and paste in your email: f47c93154aec36699f6be0698f5a39f7@sale.craigslist.org


I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1963 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 2dr Hardtop.

Note: 383 was standard in 300 Sport, three-on-the-floor standard on Newport and 300 Sport.  

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7 hours ago, alsancle said:

Three speed stick on the floor is cool.

 

Three on the tree not so much.

I agree, AJ...  The correct wheel covers might help facilitate a sale, or maybe period mags of some sort.  Now, if I buy it and add $10K in body work and paint, will it be worth $20K?

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10 minutes ago, 63RedBrier said:

I agree, AJ...  The correct wheel covers might help facilitate a sale, or maybe period mags of some sort.  Now, if I buy it and add $10 in body work and paint, will it be worth $20K?

No, not worth $20K.  But swap in a 440, a set of steel Mopar patrol wheels, meaty treads and dog-dish hubcaps...have a 'sleeper' to surprise the unsuspecting...

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Just perusing all the treasures available on the Not Mine Forums today, I'm looking at this 63 Chrysler Newport hardtop "project" car that needs cosmetics for $10K and closeby is a silver 67 Imperial convert offered at $14.5K. I'm not really a Mopar person but deciding between the two would be a no brainer for me.......I'd be riding off into the sunset driving that 440 with the top down enjoying the rest of the summer!

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