Every now and then something very special presents itself; take this 1955 Chrysler 300 for example. Make no mistake; THIS is the car that started the muscle car era!
In 1955, Chrysler pounced on the automotive world with the new 300. Only 1725 examples where produced and the cars were available in but three colors, Red, White and Black. All 300ís had the 300 horse power (hence the name) 331cid Hemi V8 with race-profiled cams, solid lifters and twin 4 barrel carburetors, stiffer suspension and performance exhaust system.
Reports indicate that there may only be about 225 of these cars left of the 1725 manufactured. These cars are very collectable and in our opinion will reach staggering values in the years ahead.
This is a very, very nice driving car, its owner wanting a car that could be driven- not just looked at. The car has been restored to a very high standard, but, always with the intent of being driven and enjoyed, not as a car that would be tucked away.
The car has been refinished in its original factory White with natural leather- also new. The headliner is new, the carpeting is new, the dash was removed, rebuilt and repainted. The wiring harness was replaced. The original engine and transmission have been overhauled.
Inspections welcomed gladly.