Produced from 1962 until 1971 the Chrysler 300 was a full-size automobile.
Editor’s note: This is the last in a 10-day series featuring the important cars to l be sold this month at Barrett-Jackson’s Palm Beach Auction.
1967 Chrysler 300 convertible
Produced from 1962 until 1971 the Chrysler 300 was a full-size automobile. In 1967 the car sustained some extensive some front and rear restyling. The four-door sedan was dropped from the lineup and the 440 V8 became standard.
This 1967 Chrysler 300 series convertible has matching-numbers and a 440-cid big block V8 engine with automatic transmission, as well as factory air conditioning and a power top.
There are less than 84,000 original miles on the car.
The exterior is in excellent condition with straight body, a beautiful black shine and finish with repaint and shows well, having gone through a minor restoration in 2005 and well-kept since then; all chrome shows and shines great.
New white leather interior with red piping also was completed in 2005; the dash, white power convertible top and carpet show excellent, as do new whitewall tires. Factory options include ice-cold air conditioning, all power windows, power steering, power brakes, power convertible top and wipers.
Barrett-Jackson’s 13th annual Palm Beach Auction is April 17-19 at the South Florida Fairgrounds. Coverage of the event will be broadcast on Velocity and Discovery during 19 hours of live, high-definition television beginning Friday, April 17, at 12 p.m. EDT.
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