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1961 Chrysler 300G

300G Front

300G Rear....Fins !!!!

300G ...Drivers Side

300G Grille Emblem

300G Front Swivel Seats

300G ...Front Interior, Full length console (Front to back) With Factory Tachometer

300G ..Factory Tach mounted in console, Electric Windows Switches, Ash tray... lighter compartment

300G Rear Bucket Seats ...with rear console, arm rest ( opens for storage)

300G ....Pushbuttons for Torqueflite Transmission, Turn Signal Selector Switch, Headlight Switch, Wiper/with Wash Switch

300G ...Instrument Cluster... " O to 150 " MPH Speedometer

300G ...413 c.i. , 375 HP , Crossram Induction, 2 - Carter 4bbl AFB's, Dual Point Distributor,


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Brandon on Jan 6, 2009 said:

Beautiful! Gotta love the Crossram Induction!

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Anonymous on Apr 26, 2011 said:

Loved this car... graduated college in 1961 and during that summer, drove a black 1960-61 Chrys Newport convertible, looking just like this, white vinyl top, red and white interior from the hyde of the mysterious "nauga"... alas, did NOT buy it... went to Austin Healeys... but, fond memories... thanks.

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Anonymous on Nov 18, 2012 said:

In 1961 had a 300g. Mardi Gra Red. A $56.00 option was black leather. Took it. Bought from Navone Auto sales on 6th ave in Nyc. He was a Chrysler dealer. In Houston that summer pulled up to a light and a guy in hardtop [mine a conv.] and yelled"where did you get that car."I just said "The same dealership that sells Chryslers in NYC. The light changed as he said I'm going to kill that dealer as he never told me there was an option for the interior color" He was so pissed that I couln't stop laughing. True story. Car was a dream.

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