You're looking at more than just a great deal on a rare 1963 Chrysler 300 convertible that has less than 1,600 miles since completing a long-tern restoration. Because with a big 440 Six-Pack heart and a slick triple-black presentation, this is the ultimate Mopar muscle machine.
This is the perfect mix or beauty and brute. After all, the 300 Series cars from Chrysler carried some of the most distinctive sheetmetal of the era. And there has been a lot of care during restoration to make sure it looks terrific. You know this instantly when you see the way the sunlight rolls evenly over the panels. And the headlight bezels, trim, and chrome bumpers shine just as brightly – exactly what you want in a classic droptop. But you love this black beauty for more than just its slick presentation. The dark color sets off an aggressive attitude that really helps highlight elements like the gunsight grille and afterburner-style taillights. Plus, upgrades like the massive air scoop, hood pins, and wide turbine-style alloys let people really know this one has an aggressive dark side.
Beneath the black folding roof is a restored black interior, which completes the ultra-desirable triple black package (exterior, roof, and interior.) So this one looks great with the roof on or off. From the moment that you peek inside, you can tell that there was plenty left in the budget to invest in the interior. The upgraded leather seats look and feel quite fresh, and all the details are correct, right down to the 300 badges on the doors and the factory radio. And because this is a full-size droptop, you can share this experience with plenty of family and friends. But even when it's just you, this Chrysler is ready for action. From the driver's seat, you have great luxury features at your fingertips, like the power windows and power adjustable seat. The B&M shifter and wood-rimmed three-spoke steering wheel feel great in your hands, and the full AutoMeter ProComp gauge package is crisp and clear. And just in case you didn't already realize this is a muscle machine, the large tach with shift light should clue you in on the monster under the hood.
Within the dark engine bay lays a Mopar orange beast. The 440 cubic-inch V8 with the triple-deuce carb “Six Pack” is a Dodge legend, so they made sure it looks great with proper Mopar Direct Connection valve covers, LiveWires plug wires, a chrome alternator, and a mirrored firewall. Plus, the air grabber is so large that it eclipses the Edelbrock intake underneath. It's a total power package that allows you to claim superiority in the streets... but really, all they have to do is hear the roar of the exhaust, and they'll know you've got some serious Mopar muscle. And Mopar people know the Torqueflight A727 three-speed automatic is stout enough to let you shift when you need power and smooth when you want automatic cruising. In fact, with power steering and power brakes, taming this beast is quite a lot easier than you think.
Complete with owner's manual, you're looking at a cool classic that was restored to be better than original. Chrysler's total 300 Series convertible production for 1963 was less than 3,400. That makes this a true rarity, and we doubt any are left today that are both this clean and mean. Don't miss this opportunity, call today!