1962 Chrysler 300 H Convertible
Chrysler 300 H Convertible. This rare and historical 1962 Chrysler 300H 2-door convertible embodies the grandeur and style of this classic generation of Chrysler cars. Red with a White roof and Caramel leather interior, the car features Chrysler's FIREPOWER 380 engine (413/380 HP), a push-button 3-speed Torqueflite transmission, power steering and power brakes. Inside, the dash is dominated by the Exner-designed Astra-Dome instrument cluster with new-for-1962 electroluminescent lighting. Original sales literature, owner's manual and shop manual included. This particular 300H has been well maintained after its late eighties' meticulous restoration, showing only minor cosmetic blemishes with outstanding overall performance.
- One of 123 convertibles produced
- 413 CI engine (FIREPOWER 380) with dual 4-barrel carburetors
- Engine produces 380 HP and 470 ft lbs of torque, compression 10.1:1
- Transmission: 3-speed push button Torqueflite
-Suspension: Front Independent torsion bar, Rear leaf springs.
-Brakes: Power assist four wheel drum.
- Steering: power assist
- "Space Age" electroluminescent Astra-Dome Inst. Panel.
- Windows: Power
- Seating: 4 bucket
- Interior: leather
- 4,100 pounds of Chrysler muscle
- Advertised by Chrysler as the "The Bankers Hot Rod"
Partial Owner History Inlcudes:
1962- Mel Blanc: Gift from Chrysler Corp. to Mel Blanc of Blanc Communications for advertising services. The Late Mel Blanc an American voice actor and comedian is best remembered for his work with Warner Bros. as the voice of many animated characters such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Tweety Bird, and many other characters from Loony Toons and Merrie Melodies. 1995- Mrs. Kimberly C. Hefner. Model and at the time wife to Hugh Hefner (Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Playboy Enterprises).
PRICE REDUCED $ 69,000