HUGE END-OF-SUMMER PRICE REDUCTION
1959 Chrysler 300E 2 door hardtop. The odometer reads 85,642 (believed to be actual) I acquired this many years ago, a partially completed project car. ...Yes, the rust worms attacked, but too their dismay, they are slowly leaving. Powered by a 413 cid cross ram dual 4 barrel carb, and a pushbutton TorqueFlite transmission, the engine was completely dissasembled, resealed and is ready to rumble. Transmission required to complete the rebuild: clutch pack, seals, torque converter, etc. Took me a while, but found a good correct frame and radiator spupport -left powertrain out, for ease of floor pan replacements, which I have aquired a lot of needed parts over the years, fuel tank and mounting straps, new radiator dash pad and more. It will need a complete interior kit.
As you can see from the photos majority of trim is still on car and in pretty good shape; stainless will need polished, chrome replated.
The purchased price = remaining restoration costs will yeild a tidy sum when completed, not to mention the pride of ownership of a very rare and unique automobile.
I've got far more invested but at age 72, don't have the time or inclation to complete. So if you're game to finish, $28,800 buys it.
The dealership is owned by a Ford dealer who's passion for classic and muscle cars goes back some 50 years of collecting and enjoying. All of the vehicles offered for sale are owned, treated and maintained more as a personal collection rather than just a classic auto dealer. Many of the cars offered for sale have been in my personal collection for years. And as the owner realizes his age its time to thin the heard a bit. All of the vehicles featured are stored in climate controlled warehouses. -Gary C. Showalter Owner