Great Colors & Lines! Strong 440 V8, Auto, Brand New Top! Clean Vintage Mopar!
Chrysler’s 300-series cars were always an inviting blend of sporty and luxurious, and by 1968, the 300 had grown into a genuine contender for the top for the luxury/muscle food chain. This awesome convertible looks dynamite in Antique Ivory over black and is powered by Chrysler’s finest horsepower factory, a 440 cubic inch V8.
There’s definitely a sporty attitude inside, where a black vinyl split-bench looks just like a pair of bucket seats that flank a center console, almost as if there was some Mopar performance DNA running through the 300’s veins. The handsome seats wear correct seat covers, there are nice black carpets on the floor, and the door panels are so nice they make us think they may be reproductions that were recently installed. Looking past the console, you’ll also find luxury features like air-conditioning (needs to be serviced), machined metal and other bright trim accents, and a big, wide dashboard that’s pure 1960s slick.
From the air cleaner to the valve covers, the engine is stock, but then again, when something runs this well, most folks leave well enough alone. The steel wheels and turbine-style hubcaps offer a classic look, and they’re wrapped in 215/75/14 blackwall radials. Fast, comfortable, and rare, this big convertible offers a more grown-up Mopar experience and you’ll probably find that not many luxury cars of the era could quite match its performance.