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1955 Chrysler C-300

Restored To A Very High Concours Standard Including Chassis And Powertrain; Finished In Tango Red With Light Tan Leather; 53,300 Miles; 331 cu. in. 300 hp Hemi V8 With A Race Camshaft, Higher Compression and, Dual Four-Barrel Carburetors; Golden "Bat Wing" Air Cleaners And Correctly Detailed Engine Compartment; Drives As good As It Looks.  VIN 3N551301.

The 1955 C-300 is the first of the Letter-Series 300's. It is widely regarded as the first American muscle car. The C-300 was the most horsepower offered in a factory-produced American car since the super-charged Dusenberg SJ. It also included a heavy duty suspension and a H.D. Powerflite two-speed transmission. Chrysler added a 150mph speedometer to accurately measure its top speed capability. This was the car that won the NASCAR championship in 1955 and 1956.

This C-300 underwent a complete body-off chassis and power train restoration with very few miles logged since. The powder-coated chassis and suspension are show quality. And, this car has been mechanically maintained in top driving condition. The C-300 is a must-have for any muscle car collection.


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