Revised 07/22/21
CHRYSLER 300 CLUB INTERNATIONAL, INC.
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Cars listed in this section are all private sales. While accepting and posting these ads as a public service, the Chrysler 300 Club International, Inc. does not accept responsibility as to the accuracy of any information contained in the ads. We encourage potential buyers of any Chrysler 300 Letter Series car to contact us should they wish to verify the authenticity and check on the prior history of a car listed here. Microfilm research is available. These services are all free to Club members and covered by the annual membership.

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Since November 1998, 257 letter cars and 306 non letter 300s have been sold through this site.

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CHRYSLER 300 LETTER CARS and HURSTS FOR SALE
  1. 1955 C300 VIN 3N551390. White, power steering, brakes, windows, and seat. Optional search tune radio, back up lights. All original and complete.  Solid body with excellent dash, steering wheel, and glass. Good interior. Leather dry but no rips. Rust behind rear wheel openings and rocker panels. Floor and trunk solid. The classic barn find, it’s been stored since purchased in 1975. Ran and drove well with everything working when last parked 20 odd years ago. 
    This is a great restoration project, the kind rarely, if ever, found anymore. Untouched C300s are a dream restoration. I realize that it’s time for me to pass this on to someone with more time and energy to restore and enjoy. Many pics available upon request. Bob Wahl, Reading, PA 610-406-2922 Email robertwwahldds@hotmail.com (04/13/21)

  2. 300 B Vin # 3N561332.   Car has been in my barn for 35 + years, needs complete restoration. It is a red B with wire wheels, and has solid floors and trunk. Car will need rockers and lower rear quarters repaired, but appears to be complete. The original engine,carbs and air cleaners are present as well as a replacement horn ring. Priced at $9500 or best offer. Click here for picture.   Contact Mike Burke at   c300f@hotmail.com or call 5174414140  for photos and details (05/10/21)

  3. 300 C 300C 3N 572491. Due to illness, I must sell my Chrysler which is an unfinished restoration. Click here for pictures. All body parts and frame sandblasted and painted. Underneath all new and assembled control arms, ball bearings, bushings, shock absorbers, springs, rear axle, etc. Starter, generator, radiator, overhauled. All chromed parts (interior and exterior) new chromed. All other parts complete. I have 25,000 Euros invested ($30,000). I would like to sell as a whole for anyone interested in completing the restoration. Car is located in Luxembourg (Europe). I will consider all offers. For photos or other information please call 00352 691120797 or email janiset@pt.lu (06/14/21)

  4. 300 E Convertible     VIN M591100635. Ivory White, 89,700 miles, original engine and transmission (the latter of which was rebuilt by George Riehl}, P/S, P/B, Power windows, Power swivel seats, touch-tune radio, Power antenna, Solex glass, Sure-Grip, new top, left front remote control mirror.  Engine compartment was repainted and detailed last winter.  Excellent condition (#2 - #3), always garaged, great driver (except for the bias-ply tires), all service and restoration records since I bought it in 1987.  Click here for photos. $100,000.  Albert Vannice, Boalsburg, PA 16827.  (814) 466-6115. bav1140@comcast.net (06/04/21)

  5. 300 F Convertible VIN 840314640. The Cunningham 's are downsizing and have decided to offer this one-of-a-kind 300 F convertible from a one-of-a-kind owner, Gil Cunningham.   This 300F was the only factory built Polar Blue 300F convertible with the only Polar Blue interior.  There is a ton of verification for this car.  Its history back to the original owner can be read in Club News Winter 2001 and continued in the Winter 2008 edition.  Gil has videos of the restoration in progress.  
    The restoration was defined as “molecular” and indeed it was from the rotisserie to the refinishing of every nut, bolt and screw to its original condition.  This was not a slick repaint over bondo job.  Gil spent about 10 years restoring the car, maybe more.  Being a former Chrysler engineer and the foremost authority on 300 originality, he spared no effort to bring the F back to the way it was when it rolled off the assembly line on May 6, 1960.
    Asking $295,000 and first offered only to a club member or collector who will love it, drive it and show it off at club meets.  If you know 300s, if you know the Chrysler 300 Club International, then you understand what a big deal this car and its sale is.  We are ready to find a new home for our beautiful Blue Goose.  
    Serious inquiries only please. Contact Angela Cunningham via email at   aecunningham72@gmail.com (07/13/21)

  6. 300 G VIN 8413194527  Fully restored, rust free, teal blue, coupe. Factory Air, Electric Seats, power disc brakes and single quad carb, beautiful looking and great running. Listed in Hemmings at https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/chrysler/300g/2402272.html. Long Island, NY. $40,000 OBO. Email or call owner for further details and photos anthony.ballato@verizon.net or 516-541-9080. (07/13/21)

  7. 300 G Convertible VIN: 8413127730 Alaskan white with beige interior. 59 years in same ownership with unique story. Everything is in working order (minus radio/clock), the sheetmetal is original, strong and undented. This includes quarter panels, trunk, floor, rocker panels, doors. No welding needed. The motor is the original 413 cross ram (block no. and stamp verified by club) and has healthy 155-160psi on all cylinders. No blue or white smoke. Transmission shifts, rear axle makes no sounds. Brakes work, no play in steering. The chrome inside and out is far from being perfect and the die cast has pitting. Glass good. Original upholstery and vinyl top. Car was never restored and everything shows signs of wear. This is not a project, this is a driving car with safety inspection. They only have this patina once. Click http://hotrodz.de/https/-/www-300G-hotrodz-de/ for photos and story. Additional detailed walk arounds available. Asking 96.000 US$. Car is in Germany, will assist with shipping to US/CA. Lars Kirschke, lkirschke@gate7.de ; +49 173 7 28 36 11 (also works for whatsapp) (03/08/21)

  8. 300 G 1961 300G, VIN#8413197245, hard top, black, originally cinnamon, factory A/C, full power, no rust, California car, runs great! Owned since 2010 and have $80,000 invested. Asking $66,000 OBO. See photos. Contact Cheryl at 414-421-1573. (04/13/21)

  9. 300 G VIN 8413200026, V8 413cc Ram Induction Dual 4bbl Carburetors, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Windows, Air Conditioning(not working) Chrome is in excellent condition, older paint, Suspension tight. Click here for pictures. I have additional pictures of the car and the underside of the car; I've owned the car for 6 years. Car is completely stock as the day it rolled off the assembly line. If you live in the San Antonio, Austin area come by for a ride. Priced to sell $45,000. If you want additional pictures or a video, please contact Tom Tibbie, ttibbie@hotmail.com Cell 708-837-9978 (06/30/21)

  10. 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. $100.000. Located in Gettysburg Pa. Call (717) 752-6242. (05/22/21)

  11. 300 K Convertible VIN 8443193492. I have the warranty book, owners manual, 300K books with specs, track card from rear seat, owner histories. Do not have Certicard. Shows 105,000 miles. Engine 413 CI, 360 Horsepower, 10.1/1 compression. TorqueFlite automatic, AC, power steering and brakes, 4 way power drivers seat, AM/FM radio with rear speaker, Tilt wheel, leather seats – front seats have new foam and covers, leather and labor by Legendary, still in boxes. Undercoat and hood pad, tinted windshield, drivers remote outside mirror, have a right side mirror not installed. Original color was white. It has one dark red and one bright red repaint. Paint is not the best, needs removed and repaint. Floors are very good. Top will keep rain out, worked good. Extra parts from 300 Sport Coupe – trim, side glass, front sway bar, power steering cooler, bumper, tail lights, headlight trim and grille. New parts included: Engine gasket and seal kit, motor mounts, double roller timing chain, windage tray, Chrysler electronic ignition kit. Original heads are on engine and have a rebuilt set of 452 heads with new 3 angle valve job and bronze guides if you want to drop compression. I have original 14" wheels and caps, car has 15" tires and wheels on it at present. I have a set of Chrysler "Snowflake" alloy 15" wheels with new Firestone radials on them with a bare wheel, no tire, for the spare. Bought the car in Denver in 1991 and drove it home. Been in the shop since. I pulled the engine and transmission as starter mount on transmission was broken. Have different transmission case and rebuild set for it. My mechanic got sick and did not work on the transmission so it is in pieces at present. Located in Phillipsburg, KS; halfway between Denver and Kansas City on Highway 36. Priced at $15,000 or make offer. You pickup and haul and have room for boxes and loose parts. Cash is best but confirmed wire transfer will work. Contact Bill Miller, 49 Sunset Drive, Phillipsburg, KS, 67661 email abmiller@ruraltel.net (05/10/21)

  12. 300 L C453243299. Factory 4-speed, ex-Don Rook car, 66k orig miles, nice survivor, new tires and brakes, PW, Power Antenna, Factory Tach, AM/FM.  Click here for pictures. Asking $25k. Contact Gary at 206-849-2492 or hergfest@hotmail.com. (01/26/21)


NON-LETTER CHRYSLER 300's FOR SALE
  1. 1962 Chrysler 300 VIN 8223100010. 1962 300 with 413 Dual-Quad 380hp motor. I have owned for 35 years. Upon purchase, I was told this car was used on show circuit and/or for factory brochure photographs, but I have no proof. All mechanicals are identical to 300H and original, including 380hp motor, HD transmission, power 12” brakes, 15.7:1 power steering, HD front and rear springs, HD torsion bars, and 3.23 Sure-Grip rear end. Last ran in 2003, when fluids were changed and engine was fogged for storage, engine turned over many times since. Ran and drove very well prior to non-use. Car is complete. Red on red leather. Body and interior are in poor condition. $10,000.00. Car is located in Byron, MI. Please call (weekends) or text (734) 263-6619. (06/10/21)

  2. 1962 Chrysler 300 1962 Chrysler 300 black with a red hard top and red interior. Click here for pictures. This was my Dad’s car, bought around 15 years ago. I have 2 binders of service records detailing the restoration. He passed in 2018 and left it to me. I unfortunately don’t have the time to spend with it that it deserves and I’d like it to go to someone who appreciates the 300s. Some details… New brakes, interior, after market A/C, newer paint on roof. Original chrome. Body in great shape, virtually no rust. Mechanically in great shape. Runs well. Known issues… Speedometer, fuel gauge, horn do not work. An electric fuel pump has been installed to ease start up after the car has been sitting for awhile, such as at the beginning of the season. Located in Milford, CT. $20,000 contact Alicia DiGennaro at amdptbeach@gmail.com. (07/21/21)

  3. 1963 Chrysler 300 1963 Chrysler 300 Convertible Indy Pace Setter.  VIN: 8033211173.  33,000 miles.  413 with automatic.  Runs strong, needs cosmetic restoration.  Up-graded ignition system.  $20,000.00 OBO.  Click here for pictures. Call Tim at 989-798-4261 - cell, 989-839-1032 - home or email: bevd1226@aol.com (03/25/21)

  4. 1963 Chrysler 300 The VIN is 8033213915. This 63 Chrysler 300 Pacesetter is rough, but, either restorable as-is or a useful parts car. Click here for pictures. The windshield is cracked but the side glass is all good. The motor and trans are there; 383 with 727 torqueflite. The motor is stuck; tried pulling the carb and spark plugs and using some oil to see if it would soak and free up, but don't know if it worked yet. I will throw in another 383 motor that turns freely. The interior needs a lot of work, as one might expect. I am keeping the car covered, but someone sometime along the way let it get exposed to the elements enough that the seats and door panels are rough. Frames are there to use, but would need to be re-done. Expect to also put in floor pans, of course, if restoring it.... I also have a 63 New Yorker almost complete parts car that could go with this for drivetrain parts (good motor and transmission), good deck lid, etc. for additional price/ package deal. The price : $1300. Contact Dave or Kya Mason at email: kyahnasun@yahoo.com (04/16/21)

  5. 1963 Chrysler 300 Very nice 1963 Chrysler Newport 4-door hardtop with original interior. We have done a ton of work on this car and it is a solid driver. Recent inspection (October) has been done and everything works except the radio and reverse lights. This car also has a hazard flasher option installed. Brakes have been done- master cylinder, all hoses, all wheel cylinders. Most hard lines replaced too. Front bearings cleaned and re-greased. Rear axles pulled; differential drained and re-filled, rear bearings cleaned and re-greased, all bearing seals replaced. The 361 motor: I pulled the heads, had them magnafluxed and machined in Fredericksburg with hardened valve seats, new valves and guides, etc. I run ethanol-free gasoline in it but no need for lead substitute (due to heads being rebuilt). Cleaned the block coolant passages. New head gaskets, rocker cover gaskets, exhaust gaskets and intake gasket (painted everything as well- exhaust manifolds, intake manifold, rocker covers). Used stainless steel bolts for intake manifold and stainless locknuts for exhaust manifolds. Won't ever be a problem if you need to remove them. Had dual exhaust run with stainless mufflers and stainless bolts attaching the pipes to the exhaust manifolds- so they'll never rust up either. Dropped transmission pan, installed a new filter (internal type which they started in 1964; the external type from 1963 are obsolete), installed stainless steel custom transmission lines and new transmission oil, and a deeper transmission pan special ordered from the dealer with a drain bolt and premium re-useable gasket... won’t have to worry about windage or centrifugal force of the oil in a shallow pan as you drive in curves. Rebuilt the carburetor. I've put a few thousand miles on her since doing the work, so she's well tested and runs smooth, shifts incredibly smooth. In the motor I use VR-1 racing oil which is expensive but great for the cam. Oh- also put in rear air shocks. New (rebuilt) starter (June 2021). New alternator (Dec 2020), solid state voltage regulator, new coil, plugs, wires, points, rotor, cap/ usual tune up stuff, new thermostat and housing (stainless steel bolts), new radiator hoses, heater hoses, power steering pump hoses (high pressure line and return line). New fuel pump and all rubber fuel hose sections. Temp gauge works, fuel gauge works. Whenever I've had something off or apart, I am careful to use anti-seize when putting it back together (except the head bolts since they need very tight tolerance torque). So anything that would ever need to come back off will be an easier job. I've set this car up to be a driver for years to come. The only thing I know of that it needs is an idler arm bushing, but she will need a new paint job too. Current one (in the original Claret red color) shows aging and cracking. I would trust this car to drive anywhere, even cross country. All glass is not chipped or cracked, all windows work. Interior is in amazing condition and even the headliner is super good. Very little rust. Even the bottoms of the doors are super good. There is a little repair at the aft end of the rockers, but the wheel wells are good. The RANCO valve works well for turning on the heat- no leaks, heat works well. Click here for pictures. Located in King Georgia, VA. $7,500. Contact Dave at petergriffinforpresident@gmail.com (07/13/21)

  6. 1963 Chrysler 300 1963 Chrysler 300 Pacesetter convertible with clear title (comes with two more 1963 Pacesetter convertible parts cars). Solid car but the rockers/quarters will need work. Frame/chassis good. Front floors still there; rear floor pans need metal welded in. Trunk floor is there, but some small holes are in it. The seats I think are from a 65. Parts cars have other 63 bucket seats and rear seat frames; comes with a good section of floor, driver front and rear, from sill plate to driveshaft hump. All side glass is unbroken on all cars, but the two parts cars don’t have good windshields. These cars were at a farm in Indiana for years and I had them hauled to Virginia. The motor and trans are there in all cars; 383 with 727 torqueflite. Two of the motors seem stuck; they might free up, not sure, the other one turns over. Finally we will throw in another 383 motor that turns freely (so you get three cars plus an extra motor). You could probably make two cars out of these. Price for club members- $3K takes it all. Main car VIN 8033208985. Parts car VINs 8033213915, 8033214346. Also have a 63 New Yorker almost complete parts car that could go with these for drivetrain parts (good motor and transmission), good deck lid, etc. for additional price/ package deal. Too many projects; time to downsize. Click here for pictures. Contact Dave at petergriffinforpresident@gmail.com (07/22/21)

  7. 2006 Chrysler 300 Heritage VIN 2C3LA63H46H449222. This Heritage edition is a unique one owner car with 7,946 miles on it. It is pretty much a new car. It is in excellent condition. Always garaged, never used in salt or snow, never raced or abused. It has the inferno red paint, the Customer Preferred Package 29R (the Heritage Edition Group), and the Protection Group II. The sticker was $37,460. Click here for pictures. $17,000. Contact Bob Merritt at email bob@simplexco.com (06/01/21)

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