Back in 1966 Chrysler introduced the 300 model as replacement of the Windsor. Combining the performance of Plymouth and Dodge and comfort features expected from Chrysler automobiles the 2-door hard top coupe was considered luxury muscle car. This particular example of Chrysler 300 produced in 1966 was the first model part of the Non-Letter series.
While this particular 1966 Chrysler 300 2-door coupe is nothing spectacular in terms of appearance and performance it is a Moapr classic you don’t get to see very often. At the end of the day it is a 2-door Chrysler powered by a big block 383 V8 motor linked to 727 automatic and is in pretty good driver quality condition, so I though you guys may enjoy checking out.
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