1962 Chrysler 300H


1 of only 164 1962 Chrysler 300Hs believed to still exist, this stunning MoPar has served as the feature car for the Chrysler 300 Club International Fall Meet, served as the feature car for the Das Awkscht Fescht, and won Best in Class honors in Concours d’Elegance judging. The car met its first owner right here in Concord, North Carolina, back in 1962. In 1993, it was discovered by its most recent owner about an hour outside of Concord in Lancaster, South Carolina. And from 1993 to 2003, that owner perfected a detailed, rotisserie restoration that has, thus far, provided 13 trouble-free years of enjoying cruise-ins, visiting shows and making yearly treks to the Carlisle Chrysler Nationals. That 18K miles of travel has been most eventful, since, as the owner put it: “[the car] wins every year at Carlisle” and “has won so many trophies, I had to donate a lot of them”. Professionally rebuilt, this slick Chrysler’s correct, 413 cubic inch RB V8 is spectacular in virtually every way! Behind that mill, a professionally restored A727 3-speed funnels power to a familiar 8.75-inch axle. Naturally, there’s a tough front torsion bar and rear leaf suspension that’s been completely restored to include factory power steering. In the name of safety, the car’s front drums have been retired in favor of AAJ Brakes discs. And at the corners, classy ‘300’ branded wheel covers spin 235/75R15 Douglas Xtra Trac whitewalls. Wrapping correct RB power and a smooth TorqueFlite 3-speed in the kind of formal aesthetics that can intimidate a classic town car, this incredible 300 operates squarely in the crosshairs of fun and collectability. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information!

Price in USD: 79900

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Year: 1962
Make: Chrysler
Model: 300H
Drivetrain: Automatic
Engine: 8 Cylinders
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