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Vehicle history and comps for 1961 Chrysler 300G VIN: 8413183267 - including sale prices, photos, and more. MARKETS AUCTIONS DEALERS. Chrysler 300D Hardtop 1958 to 1958 NOT FOLLOWING FOLLOW 0 for sale CMB $68,402 directions_car Convertible Chrysler 300D Convertible.

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Along with other Chrysler letter cars, 1961's 300G is today an alternative Mopar performance car that is respected for its stunning combination of power and styling, bolstered by low production numbers--1,280 hardtops; 337 convertibles--for those who like to add rarity to their performance figures.

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The Chrysler 300 "letter series" are high-performance personal luxury cars that were built by Chrysler in the U.S. from 1955 to 1965 and were a sub-model from the Chrysler New Yorker. [3] After the initial year, which was named C-300 for its standard 300 hp (220 kW) 331 cu in (5.4 L) FirePower V8, the 1956 cars were designated 300B.

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300 > 1961 1961 Chrysler 300 For Sale ( 30 results) Sort by: Relevance 1 25,300 1961 Chrysler 300 Series 300G 30,068 below average gasoline Seller's comments and description: excellent and immaculate overall clean condition. Mechanically well maintained with all recent services completed. Accident.

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Model description The 1955 Chrysler 300 hardtop was the first real muscle car, with 300 horsepower from its 331-c.i. Hemi V-8, 0-90 mph in 16.9 seconds, and a top speed of 130 mph. The company sold 1,725 of these homologation specials, and Chrysler dominated NASCAR.

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The 1960 Chrysler 300F featured a new, more aerodynamic design with a distinctive grille and was the first Chrysler 300 model to have four headlights. Were there any significant design changes between the 300F and the 300G? Yes, the 1961 300G featured a redesigned grille, a sleeker appearance, and distinctive canted tailfins compared to the 300F.

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The original Chrysler 300 was unique in its 1955, and established a standard for all-round high speed performance that would not soon be bested.. It is big. It is powerful. It handles. It is a looker both inside and out. This is really the only 1961 Chrysler I have ever had a real Jones for because it was the only grille treatment that ever.

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The Chrysler 300D was introduced for the 1958 model year. The 300D was the fourth variant of the 300 Letter Series, and was available as a two door Hardtop or Convertible. The 300D was a performance personal luxury car, and was powered by a 6.4L V8 engine producing 390hp.. (1961 to 1961)-

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The Chrysler 300G was introduced for the 1961 model year, and was the seventh variant of the 300 Letter Series. The 300G was given new styling, featuring slanted dual headlights. Like its predecessor, the 300G was offered in two door Hardtop or Convertible body styles and was powered by a 6.8L 'Wedge' V8 engine.

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Chrysler 300D Convertible 1958 to 1958 NOT FOLLOWING FOLLOW 0 for sale CMB $81,343 commute 300E directions_car Hardtop. (1961 to 1961)-$153,519 0

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Chrysler 300D sets a Bonneville land speed record in 1958 at 156.387 mph;. 300G and 300H debut in 1960, 1961 and 1962, respectively; Chrysler brand continues to produce "style and speed" with.

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Chrysler continued to use the wedge engine for the 1961 300G, and it used twin Carter Type AFB four-barrel carburetors located on opposing plenums, set at a specific 30-inch distance from the intake valve, which subsequently created 'sonic supercharging' at a given RPM level. The engine had a 10.1:1 compression and a forged steel crankshaft.

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This is an impressive and rare car! This '61 Chrysler 300G is currently for sale on eBay. (follow the link for even more photos) As a flagship model, the 300G came fitted with power steering, power brakes, power windows, a tachometer, padded dash and other standard items

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Chrysler called it "the brand-new 1961 version of Chrysler's championship breed of rare motorcars. A limited-edition automobile, precision built for the connoisseur of careful craftsmanship and superb engineering." The 300-G's suspension had front torsion bars that were approximately 33 percent stiffer than standard.