*VERY RARE !! Hurst 300 EDT.440/ 375 H.P.*LTD.485 BUILT
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*VERY RARE !! Hurst 300 EDT.440/ 375 H.P.*LTD.485 BUILT for sale
Model: 300 HURST LTD. EDITION 2DR. H. T. VIN: CM23U0C215687
Stock Number: 215687 Mileage: 4K since rebuildTransmission: Automatic
Engine: 8 Cylinder. 440 C. I. / 375 H. P / 480 ft. lbs. Torque
Exterior Color: "Spinnaker White" / "Satin Tan"Interior Color: Saddle Tan
HAGERTY PRICE GUIDE FOR CLASSIC VEHICLES SAYS :1970 Chrysler 300 Hurst 2dr Hardtop Coupe 8-cyl. 440 cid / 37 5hp 4 bbl Hi-Per. *AVERAGE. VALUE $31. 40. 00
Options InteriorPower SteeringPower seatsCoolant Temp. GaugeTrip OdometerMap LightPower windowsCenter Arm RestClockRemote Trunk LidAir conditioningCourtesy LightsAM/FM StereoClimate ControlExteriorChrome BumperMetallic PaintDual ExhaustRadial tiresSafetyPower BrakesDrivetrainAutomatic TransmissionRear-Wheel DriveV-Style EngineOtherHurst "Special Edition" 300 Series 2 DR. Hardtop Coupe package upgrade
Contact Us KEVCO MOTOR CARS. INC.
26874 SD HWY 11
SIOUX FALLS. SD 57108
CHRIS QUINN (605) 201-2109
1970 Chrysler 300 Hurst 2dr Hardtop Coupe w / 8-cyl. 440 C. I. / 375 hp 4 bbl. w/ 480 ft. lbs. torque of Hi-Performance now available for sale !!. A very limited production !! Just one of only *(485) Chrysler 300 Hurst 2 Dr. Hardtops produced. Less than *250 said still exist !! Refinished in original factory colors ( "Spinnaker White" with "Satin Tan" accents (appears gold) some time ago. A straight panel car with little. f any body work ever done. Frame solid and under side clean and well detailed.
Built in April of 1970 @ the Jefferson Ave. plant. The Hurst conversion components were added in Warminster. PA. Engine rebuilt approx 4. 00 miles ago. The original carb. has just been rebuilt. new battery. new fuel pump. ew tires and dual exhaust is newer as well. The hide away head lights work.
The "TNT" Wedge engine is 440 C. I. / 375 H. P. / and produced a monstrous 480 ft. lbs torque @ 3. 00 r. p. m. !!!. It is matching #'s correct. as is the carb. Axle is 3. 23:1 ratio and a highway cruiser. The twin snorkel. orig. air cleaner present as well . All original under hood components . The H. D. 727 transmission # 341067 is most likely original and been rebuilt. The correct Hurst Edition wheels are also present and in very good condition.
Equipped with :
front disc brakes (power). pwr. steering. tinted fac. glass. center arm rest / buddy seat. fac. am/fm radio. fac. a/c (all components intact) / heater. fender turn signal indicators. pwr. windows. remote vacuum controlled trunk lid release in the glove box w/ manual release to the left of drivers side under dash. The hood and rear trunk lid were replaced with fiberglass as part of the Hurst package. Hood pins also were added and assist the main / safety latches.
The HURST was a special order vehicle and had a stripe delete option ordered for this car. The 300 Hurst runs and drives excellent and will throw your head back in the seat for a 4. 50 lb. rocket w/ a 124" wheel base !!
All this car needs is a minor. aesthetic restoration to be a major draw at any car show !! Most have never seen one. as they were so very limited a production.
Financing available up to 5 years with approved. good credit. A 20% min. down payment is required. Their is NO prepayment penalties at all.
**Domestic customers only. sorry.
I do also offer "discount" shipping" which I can assist setting all up and get it on it's way home to you !!.
Call Chris Quinn @ (605) 201-2109 / thequinnman@hotmail. com for more details. questions answered . financing pre-approval and shipping quotes.
Chrysler 300 Hurst history:
The Chrysler 300 Club states that 485 were built. The reason there were so few cars built was that manufacturing approval came well after the 1970 Chrysler line was already in production. There just wasn't enough time to get many Hursts made. Chrysler thought Hurst would promote the model and Hurst thought Chrysler would. As a result. most dealers didn't know much if anything at all about the new model until one showed up in their lot.
Rumor has it that dealers had the cars forced on them. A very few were actually ordered. The cars were built at the Jefferson Avenue plant. They were all two door hardtops in Spinnaker White. There was no convertible officially offered. although two were said to have been built. One was definitely built. and was used by Hurst to use at racing events. The cars had Imperial leather interiors in saddle tan installed as they went down the Chrysler line. They were then sent to Warminster. PA. where Hurst did the conversions.
Originally. the cars were scheduled to get deeper oil pans. special ignition systems. and Hurst shifters. However. none of that was realized so against popular belief. the cars with the optional center console don't have Hurst shifters.
Here's what Hurst eventually did. He cut off the sheet metal hood skin and replaced it with a fiberglass version. Next was a custom fiberglass trunk lid plus rear fender end caps. The body was then partially painted a gold color called Satin Tan; this color was used on the hood. trunk. and a beltline streak. Where Satin Tan and white met. a brown-orange-brown decal stripe was applied. This stripe was also applied to the lower body side. The fiberglass hood had a non functional power bulge and scoop combination that featured 300-H emblems on either side. and functional recessed hood locks. The trunk lid featured an incorporated rear spoiler and no lock. Instead. the cars had a vacuum remote control trunk lock located in the glove compartment. There was also a cable operated emergency unit under the dash. Some of the rear spoilers were misused as a trunk handle and sustained structural damage. so Chrysler dealers offered support blocks sandwiched between the spoiler and the lid. These can be seen on some of the existing models.
The completed package had a few options; nearly all of the Hursts have power windows and one is known to have come with a sunroof. The steel road wheels were standard with H70 x 15 Goodyear Polyglas white letter tires. The wheels were painted Satin Tan and had brown and orange decals. The regular 300 grille with hidden headlights sported orange instead of red accent paint stripes. No vinyl tops could be ordered. In the rear. square bright exhaust tips were optional.
In the engine bay. the 440 C. I. "TNT" engine served up 375 horsepower. This engine was also optional in other Chryslers. and is not the legendary 440 Magnum although it has the same horsepower rating. It was equipped with a dual snorkel air cleaner. dual exhausts and required a heavy duty TorqueFlite transmission. There were no optional engines. and certainly no 3 speed stick on the column!
Ride was enhanced with a firm suspension due to tougher rear leaf springs and larger diameter torsion bars up front Power front disc brakes were standard. as was the ever popular 3. 23:1 rear axle ratio. The interior came in Saddle leather (that's the color. there were no stirrups unless you ordered the OB-GYN package). This interior was optional in 1970 Imperial LeBaron two door hardtops. and was a very good choice. It kept the old 300 tradition. A second color would have been nice. maybe an off white shade. The front had power bucket seats with a center seat cushion. with the Chrysler console and gear selector optional. Otherwise you got a column shifter. Yuck. bad choice for a 300. The rest of the interior was standard Chrysler 300. A Tilt and Telescope steering wheel was optional. as was air conditioning. All in all the Hurst wasn't a bad car. but it wasn't really necessary. either. Had they wanted to. Chrysler could have produced another letter car. Obviously they didn't want to; it seemed that in 1970. Chrysler couldn't figure out what it wanted to do with the full size line except make it bigger. The 300 had one more year to go as a regular production model.
There would be no more Hurst cars or any other special edition 300s until 1979.
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This vehicle is being sold as is. where is with no warranty. expressed written or implied. The seller shall not be responsible for the correct description. authenticity. genuineness. or defects herein. and makes no warranty in connection therewith. No allowance or set aside will be made on account of any incorrectness. imperfection. defect or damage. Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type. It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle. and to have satisfied himself or herself as to the condition and value and to bid based upon that judgement solely. The seller shall and will make every reasonable effort to disclose any known defects associated with this vehicle at the buyer's request prior to the close of sale. Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicle.
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There are no taxes to be paid to us. You take care of your own state or county taxes. This vehicle is subject to a $199. 00 documentation fee.
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