1970 Chrysler 300 for sale 101214557
1970 Chrysler 300
$11,995
Streetside Classics - Atlanta
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1970 Chrysler 300

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Classic Car Overview

When the B-52s once bragged in a song that they got a Chrysler and it seats about 20 they could well have been referring to this 1970 Chrysler 300. Its so endlessly stylish and well-proportioned that you lose sight of its generous dimensions, but you wont likely come across many classics that epitomize exalted lengthy cruiser status like it does. Its powered by the most coveted of vintage MoPar big blocks and runs with the self-assuredness that can only come with a lifetime of good care. With its one of a kind presence, this vintage Chrysler is sure to attract plenty of attention during its travels - there just isnt another car on the road, regardless of era, that looks like it. Its broad hood looms over an engine compartment spacious enough to accommodate even the most sizable of big blocks with ease and it gives way to an expansive cabin that provides a distinctive profile view - with no side posts partitioning the windows, that cabin is wide open when the windows are lowered. The rear roofline slopes downward to an equally king-sized deck lid, capping off an overall length that comes in at just a touch below 225 inches! Up front, the grille houses a pair of hidden headlights surrounded by chrome thats surprisingly clean, especially considering this classic is just short of a half century old and has yet to see receive any re-plating over its lifetime. The lengthy body is draped in a sharp looking shade of green thats accented by a black vinyl top and, while the sheer stature of this car would tend to magnify any alignment challenges that might be on board, the exterior fit is very solid. While the black vinyl interior wears its survivor status proudly, as well as the signs of use that come with it, the repairs needed to bring this vintage driving environment back to top form would get underway with a solid and stylish foundation already in place. The covers on the broad front buckets do show obvious wear, but the seats themselves are still well-aligned, indicating that the frames underneath that upholstery are still in good shape, and they straddle a center console thats surprisingly clean - even its lockable compartment still functions as intended. Given the 300s size, its expansive trunk area comes as no surprise and a glance below the deck lid will reveal that its still very solid, with a full-size spare on board inside - merely swapping out its floor liner appears to be all thats needed back here. This classic came with more than its share of comfort and convenience features, so with the right focused attention, youll find yourself behind the wheel of a well-equipped ride. The 440 cubic inch V8 lurking below the hood is the most revered Mopar big block offered during this era and its in fine form here. Armed with a 4-barrel carb on top, it starts up easily and runs smoothly as it teams with a 3-speed automatic transmission shifting with slip free precision to make for a road-ready drivetrain - put this classic in gear and youll get the feeling that its just itching to get out on the asphalt and strut its vintage magic. Power steering makes navigating easy, while power brakes bring its set of 15 steel wheels to low-effort stops. With the factory suspension still in good order, this Chrysler feels like a magic carpet on wheels as it cruises the asphalt. Offering an unmatched presence, as well as inspiring potential at an attainable price, this 1970 Chrysler 300 presents a great opportunity. Call today!

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
    CM43T0C261044
  • Classic Car ID
    101214557
  • Stock Number
    4979-ATL
  • Category
    American Classics
  • Body Style
    N/A
  • New/Used
    Used
  • Mileage
    20,583 miles
  • Engine
    440 V8
  • Drivetrain
    N/A
  • Transmission
    3 Speed Automatic
  • Exterior Color
    N/A
  • Custom Color
    N/A

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