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Since November 1998, 307 letter cars and 357 non letter 300s have been sold through this site.

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  1. 1955 300 1955 C300 2 Door Hardtop (44), Black (01), C300 Natural Beige Leather Interior (50), Body Number 1109, Engine Number 3NE55 1168. Shipping Order Number 3111909, Scheduled 3/11/55, Built 3/10/55, Shipped 3/10/55. PowerFlite Transmission with Power Steering (8), Axle Ratio 3.54:1 (2), Electric Clock (1), Electro Touch tuner Radio, Antenna, Rear Seat Shelf Speaker (with foot control) (1), Electric Window Lift (2), Custom Conditioner Air Heater (4). Solex Glass on all Outside Body Glass (1), Four-Way Electric Front Seat Adjustment (4), Region (1) UNK. Dealer (7415) San Juan Motor Company, Daytona Beach, FL Was purchased at the same dealership that bought number 1 off the line and dominated at Daytona. Air conditioning added at the dealership at the time of purchase. Great restoration. $64,000. Photo link Contact Lenny Hodgdon (04/21/24)

  2. 1955 C300 VIN 3N551775. 331 CID Hemi with 2 original re-built 4-barrel carburetors and batwing air cleaner. The restoration of this vehicle was started several years ago. The body was removed from the frame and all the rust repairs to the floors and body mounts areas was completed. The frame was sandblasted and painted. All necessary mechanical work was done before the body was put back on to the frame. The body was painted and re assembled on the frame and the car was driven until the year 2010. Rebuilt parts include: The radiator, starter, both original carburetors, re-chromed front bumper and bumperettes and complete NEW exhaust system. Replacement parts include: Used gas tank – very clean inside, no rust. Numerous chrome pieces including a complete visor. Extra power seat. ** This car also comes with a parts car that has power windows, a replacement trunk lid and good used rear lower panel to replace the damaged area on the car and 2 - 1956 2 door hardtop parts cars. Note: The interior needs to be restored. Minor body work is required and exterior paint. The engine in the car is not the original engine and *the engine does not run*. Asking price $8,500.00 USD - Please note that if this car does not sell by the end of this summer I will have no choice but to part it out. This is a perfectly restorable car. (As is, where is - buyer is responsible for all shipping charges). Click here for pictures. Contact Terry Levair, Granum, AB – Canada 403-680-2645. Email: (06/04/24)

  3. 1956 300B #1748. Disassembled, in primer. Firewall painted gloss black. SoCal car, clean CA title. Click here for pictures. Complete except exhaust & wiring harness. Good delta wing & a nice horn ring. A few small holes in the driver's floor. Driver's door glass is cracked. Trunk latch hole "shaved". Set up for torqueflite, mounting has been relocated, with 2 trannies included. Engine has been done, heads are good to go, including hardened seats and stainless valves. All stainless is included and in good shape. Decent tail lights, body loose on frame. I started the resto nearly 20 years ago, but life got in the way and now my body is telling me to stop. Located in SW Ohio. Asking $14,500. Jim, or text me at 513-491-0440 (09/05/23)

  4. 1956 300B Asking $18,000, but open to offers. VIN 3N561688 Originally white. This car was parked some 40 years ago indoors. It needs a full restoration. I am helping my father sell it. It does have a signed title from the previous owner. It has a trunk full of parts. Front clip was removed years ago. The fenders, grille, hood, and bumper are accounted for. In these pictures, the front clip is just set in place, that's why it looks funny – it’s not aligned or fastened. The car was from out West and is pretty solid. Very restorable, in my opinion. Contact me for more info, or to make arrangements to see the car. Photos here . Contact Mark Mullarky, Dousman, Wisconsin. (262) 232-9658. Email . (06/15/24)

  5. 1957 300C VIN 3N57 2532. Full groundup restoration, rebuilt 392 hemi, rebuilt torqueflite, new paint (white), new brakes, new gas tank & new brake and fuel lines, new Gary Goers interior, new radial WWW tires, fully detailed, new chrome. Benny Buckner, Priceton WV 24740. Price $64,000, phone 304-920-1422. (08/11/23)

  6. 1957 300C 3N572737. Project car or parts. Click here for pictures. Partially dissassembled, but 99 % there. Highly optioned car. original factory black, A/C, power windows, power seat, search tune radio. Nice gages and dash chrome. Original engine, standard bore and crank, also apart and cleaned. Original carbs with tags. Nice exhaust manifolds, with new heat tube. Valve covers and air filters painted. Typical 57 rust. I have extra fenders and inner rockers from parts cars. The frame is good, except for where the idle arm mounts. I have a piece from a parts car to repair it. Many extra parts, too many to list. Everything I have that's 57 related goes with the car. The car is in epoxy primer with the engine compartment and jambs finished. Sold with a bill of sale ONLY, no title. I have the last registration from 1970 that goes with it. $16,000. Call Don with questions. 401-231-7816 Email (04/29/24)

  7. 1957 300C Cloud White hardtop, VIN 3N5711203. This car was professionally inspected on May 25, 2024 and the appraisal reads as follows:
    "The overall condition of vehicle. . . as 'excellent' per the Hagerty vehicle rating scale. This 1957 Chrysler 300C is a great example of a desirable early muscle car with very limited production. . . . The original engine has been rebuilt and features dual 4-barrel carburetors [My note: with original "Saddlebag unsilenced air cleaners] and cast iron exhaust headers, solid lifters. . . . The engine compartment has been restored to a high level. This vehicle also has power steering [and brakes]. The transmission is a factory automatic. The suspension appears to be original with only wear parts replaced, the underside is very nicely restored. Car has factory steel wheels, 300C wheel covers and [new] wide whitewall bias ply tires. The body has been restored to a very high quality. All the trim, bumpers and glass are in excellent condition. The interior is stock. . . and features a front bench seat done in original white [actually more of a tan]. . . . The carpet, seats, and door panels are all in very nice condition. This is a very nice desirable early Luxury Muscle car.
    The photos were taken at the Colorado Springs resort, The Broadmoor, site of the Rocky Mountain Concours d'Elegance. $65000. Joseph A. ("Joe") Godec, 3005 San Luis Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80909-1323. Email (06/04/24)

  8. 1958 300D Vin LC41455. Frame off restoration, converted to disk brake front and rear. Fully rebuilt engine, transmission, rear end. Completely reupholstered. New interior. Brand new wiring harness installed but needs final hook up to horns, lights, dash and trunk. Kelsey Hayes 50 spoke wire wheels and new Coker radial tires. Asking $75,000, contact Wayne Lamontagne. Duncan, British Columbia, Canada. Email or 250 510-9398. (08/06/23)

  9. 1959 300E VIN 591100560. A very well preserved original condition 1959 Chrysler 300E, original engine matching 413 cubic inch Golden Lion V8. Features include power windows, power seats, power steering, and power brakes. Overall condition of the vehicle is excellent with chrome in fine condition and paint holding up very well for a better than 20 year old repaint. There are a few areas of minor orange peel, but for the most part the paint is quite high quality. The vehicle has been garage in climate control ed conditions most of its life. The undercarriage is clean and has been detailed as well as the engine bay. Prior to my purchasing the vehicle in late 2021 the vehicle had been owned by Robert Winkler of Tigard, Oregon for over 40 years. I purchased the vehicle from on Oregon dealer Matthew’s Memory Lane Motors that had purchased the vehicle from Mr. Winklers widow. I have many of Mr. Winklers service records including overall engine overhaul and refurbishment of the interior seats and carpeting. The interior shows quite well. There are a few minor cracks in the dash over speedometer. All gauges work well and I lubricated speedometer cable to eliminate needle bounce. Under my care I replaced a carburetor choke element, replaced front wheel cylinders, brakes and shoes and front wheel seals, also replaced front upper control arm bushings, also bled brakes, and serviced brake lights. I also installed an electric fuel pump which eliminated starting problems. This vehicle is now in great condition and provides a wonderful driving experience. Based upon records I have the vehicle has 158,000 miles on it, however under the good care and maintenance of Mr. Winkler and myself this vehicle is a treasure to be preserved and enjoyed. Asking price: $64,000. Photos can be seen on ad on Contact: Rob Lutts Salem, Massachusetts 978-979-0880 or (04/27/24)

  10. 1959 300E Convertible VIN# M591100635. Featured in the Philadelphia Auto Show with AACA, this Chrysler convertible maintains its original “MR”engine code, is one of the only matching number cars, and is one of the most original. A long-term member of the club was the previous owner of this car, which is in excellent condition One of an estimated 25 cars in existence. Color: Ivory White. Odometer: 89,983. Price: $119,000 Website listing with photos. (05/03/24)

  11. 300 F 8403144864. Fresh out of 40 year heated storage, Original color was black and is black now but has had two repaints in between. Has rust around rocker ends but rear quarter and trunk drops have been apparently fixed. This is a typical 100k mile F which had a lot of mechanical work by prior owner. It ran great when parked but that was 40 years ago and is not running at present. Interior will need to be redone due to mice damage and odor. The present engine is a 383 ram which I believe was rebuilt. It is an AC car, has AC dash but no AC under the hood. The car is missing only the real license plate frame but has everything else, hub caps etc and has many 1960 accessories too. Click here for pictures. $20,000. Located in Harvard, MA.
    I also have two 300F long blocks rebuilt 20 years ago by true master mechanic. These are in heated storage and are lubed. $8,000 each, firm.
    I have other cars for sale. Click here for details. Contact John Grady at (11/01/23)

  12. 300 F Convertible VIN 8403128182. Attached is some information about our over 40 year history together: The car has been restored to go, stop & show. Engine: A new 440 Mopar engine block (bored 0.060" over & stroked for a total of 541 cu. in.), utilizing the original long cross rams, 1964 300-K exhaust headers and a full 3" exhaust with "X" pipe. The engine was built by Ray Barton Racing Engines. On their Dyno the engine developed the same 375 HP, as the original 413 cross ram engine, but reached that HP at 3100 rpm rather than 5000 rpm. It also developed 610 lb/ft of torque at 2900 rpm much more than the original 495 lb/ft of torque at 3600 rpm.
    The ram wells under the carburetors are water cooled like the 300-F Gran Turismo engines. The combination of cross ram induction with overdrive transmission allows the car to cruise at very high speeds at under 3000 rpms. Transmission: Converted to Torqueflite Overdrive A518 (46RH). Rear: Converted to 8 3/4 Positraction. Contact Tony Rinaldi, Philadelphia, PA. 215-206-5346 or email . (06/27/24)

  13. 300 G 300 G coupe. Vin# 8413171563. I found this car in rural northern Vermont last summer. It was described at that time as a former race car with custom features. The car, originally white, had been cut up (wheel wells, rear panel above the bumper and fabrication to add '60 tail lights). Just about all chrome and instrument cluster/switches were removed before my purchase. I removed the interior and engine for future projects. Car has rusty floors. What looks to be good on the car is all the glass except for missing driver side rear glass. The subframe and rear end are intact (cars rolls easily). All 4 power window motors are there but working condition are unknown. Vin tag is there on the door jamb. Deck Lid looks good and Driver door pretty solid but dented. $1,500 firm. I have a New York clean transferable registration document in my name. I may part out the few good parts if it does not sell as whole. Click here for photos. Located in Shandaken, NY (upstate in the Catskill Mountains). Contact Ken Anello, PO Box 521, Phoenicia NY 12464. (516) 353-7973 or email (06/07/24)

  14. 300 H VIN 8423185152. White with tan leather, matching motor from pan to intake. Both carbs air cleaner, rad, all there and apart. In Seattle, WA. Click here for pictures. $12, 500. Contact Frank Edel at (01/05/24)

  15. 300 H Convertible Vin 8423129582. Red Convertible only 123 made. Original owned since 1979 always garage kept. This car including the top is in very nice condition. 97,562 miles. Serious Inquiries Only. Click here for pictures. $55,000. Located in Gettysburg, Pa. Call (717) 752-6242. (08/26/23)

  16. 300 H Convertible 413 2x4 bbl. push-button automatic (380 HP). White with black top and tan interior. Excellent #2+ condition. Only 123 of these vehicles were produced. The car has been in the family over 45 years, owned by my father, Rolland Westra, who passed away late last year. Those of you who knew Rolland know he was a real 300 enthusiast and loved taking this car as well as his 300L convertible to local car shows and talking about them with fellow enthusiast's. Over the years he continued to perfect this car swapping out chrome pieces and other parts when better ones were found. The result is a very sharp looking car that always gets attention on the streets. We will be sad to see this go and hope to see it find a new home with an equally passionate 300 lover. $65,000. The car is currently located in Rockford, IL and is available to view upon request. Click here for pictures. Please send inquiries to Jay Westra Call or text to 815 519-3522. (08/31/23)

  17. 300 H We have owned this car for approx 17 years. Major work done to powertrain; radiator and engine rebuilt. New exhaust, new fuel tank and lines, rebuilt brakes and lines and new tires. Body paint redone by previous owner, we have maintained the paint and fixed chips and scratches. Vin # 8423128433. Location : Winnipeg Canada. Price: $56,000 US. Email contact:, click here for pictures. (04/19/24)

  18. 300 K VIN: 8443152323. Monarch Blue, 95k miles. Runs great, drives. 413. Not the cross ram. Automatic, Manual Windows, AM Radio, Heater, No A/C. Original Condition. Needs restoration. Only missing parts are a fan shroud and one piece of interior chrome under the inner windshield. All the rest is there and complete including the jack and radiator bag. Needs new interior and some gauge reconditioning of the electrical circuit board contacts and rubber like bushings; the usual stuff for an old original car. No cancer rust, body is solid and straight. Was restoring, no time lately to work on it. Click here for pictures. Have a few extras with it. Registered current, clean title. $11,000 obo. Text ok. 916-628-6660. Sacramento, CA Brennan Rose, (12/18/23)

  19. 300 K Convertible VIN 8443259480. Black, white interior, black soft top. Previously owned by a Club member. 413 engine with automatic transmission. Also have the correct steel wheels and excellent hub caps. Good body, good interior, and sound mechanically. 79,000 miles. Delivery to the US can be arranged. Click here for pictures. $29,500. Contact Laurie at (06/19/24)

  20. 300 L C453 254317. Disassembled project, good for parts or restoration. Clear Oregon title. $1500.00. Call Larry Finley at 503-583-6129 or email finley.larry@ . (01/23/24)

  21. 300 L Vin# C453211791. A personal friend (Todd Patrzalek) passed away around Christmas. He was a member of the 300 club. He has a 1965 300-L parked in his pole barn. He parked the car running in 1992. The car is in great condition, however, it will need minor restoration due to being parked for over 23 years. Great Body, and engine turns. Click here for pictures. $10,000. The car is located in Southeast Michgan (approximately 35 miles north of Detroit). I would really like to sell to a 300 enthusiast rather than a local buyer who does not know what it is. Contact Scott Merkle, email or phone (586) 876-9530. (03/23/24)

  22. 300 L VIN C453158143 with NOS, NORS, and used parts to go with the sale of the car. 2 door hardtop, Spanish red with black vinyl interior. Pictures available on request. 413, Torqueflite, AC, Autopilot, limited slip 3.23, power antenna, new gas sending unit, 5 new tires. NOS back up light assemblies, NORS left and right outside mirrors. NORS sill plate extensions. New correct complete carpet with original heel plates. Used items: excellent dash pad, very good vent window frames, various condition exterior and interior stainless, very good exterior door handle assemblies, complete grille assembly with headlight buckets. All seats have been re-foamed. Trunk and passenger floors are in excellent condition. Like new service manual. Original Chrysler parts manual (book). Original miles just over 80,000. File of receipts and pictures. Asking $17,500 or best offer. Contact Don Cole at 508-208-4622 or email (07/17/24)

  1. 1966 300
    It has a 1975 440 it, had 89k on the motor when I put it in last yr. Rebuilt the 727 trans last yr. I have only driven the car 500 miles due to I have 8 other cars. New brakes all around with new wheel cyl, gas tank cleaned out, new power steering pump, rebuilt steering box, new front windshield, new dual exhaust, needs paint job, original interior, back seat needs redone. I have new headliner needs put in, new tires only 50 miles on them. Asking $10,000 obo. Click here for pictures. Contact Alex Lamas, 719-565-0478 for any more info or email (05/04/24)

  2. 1979 300
    VIN SS22L9R211819. I purchased this late last year from a Classic Car Dealer in Indiana. Milage is circa 33k but not sure if that is true. Not quite as it was described but not that bad. It is Lean Burn and Cat Delete with new muffler and tailpipes. The dealer did install a rebuilt alternator and the A/C does works. The 360 runs very nice, does not smoke at all and the compression test was very good. (I have the results somewhere) I put a fresh set of badly needed tires on it; Hankook Kinergy H735. The interior is in very nice shape. The body and paint are ok, the right front fender is out of sorts but bad, no frame damage. I plan to get the thermoquad rebuilt in the next or so (5/1/2024) in the writing of this ad. Overall, it is in nice car that could use TLC to make it very nice. Asking $10,200 or best offer and will deliver in the New England region if you buy the coffee. Please contact Patrick Monaghan (401) 330-0166 or email (05/02/24)

  3. 2006 Heritage Edition 300C
    Beautiful exceptionally clean original FL car purchased by NJ dealer as dealer owners car as the story goes. Always garaged as our MA car, now titled and registered in FL 96,500 original miles Clean Carfax. Click here for pictures. Professionally maintained/ serviced every 4000-5000 miles throughout our ownership. Tires are like brand new (Continental Self Sealing). Inferno Red Crystal Pearl paint. Lt gray interior with front seat 300C badges Interior is original. Trans replaced at around 50,000 miles, warranty issue. Engine Performance is like new. Handles like new. Recently had roof rails replaced and painted. Removed and repainted the spoiler at same time. Replacement stripes done at same time (Sept 2023). 5.7 Hemi with auto transmission. Already becoming a collector vehicle. Excellent condition Xtra clean in & out. Price: $9,900 Call Hank at 413-775-3736. Located in The Villages, FL (03/07/24)

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