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Anybody else really digging Chrysler’s recent “Style” commercial showing all the vintage letter cars and other products from Walter P.’s company? This museum-kept 1956 Chrysler 300B may not have appeared in that commercial, but it definitely ranks right up there with the cars that did. From the seller’s description:
This 1956 300 B is absolutely beautiful, with only 39,600 original miles, all mechanical and electrical systems completely restored perfect, 354 Hemi engine professionally rebuild, not oversized, brand-new pistons set plus everything NOS parts that could possibly be found by then, 2×4 carb incredibly detailed, all stainless exhaust system, brand-new Kelsey-Hayes and radial, foot-operated radio, steering pump, generator/starter/brakes all rebuilt to higher standard spec, all original interior, clean Chicago title ready for new owner’s name. Car has been sitting for the last 2 years in a private museum, never got out for show, 73-year-old owner/collector just decided to put it for sale.
By the way, for those of you who click through and find yourself wondering how this car can be priced at $12,000, that’s probably a typo, considering the seller claims the car to have been appraised at $120,000. UPDATE: And now we see it’s priced at $1.2 million. UPDATE UPDATE: Another typo. Actual price is indeed $120,000.
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