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1976 Chrysler Cordoba

Sale price: $25,998.00 make an offer

Car location: Round Lake, Illinois, United States

Sale type: Fixed price listing

Technical specifications, photos and description:

Year:
1976
Engine:
400 4bbl
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1976 Chrysler Cordoba for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.15) based on 74 votes

(815) 323-6536(815) 323-6536

9,553 actual mile survivor! Rare buckets and floor shift console.
Stock #:
V19439
Exterior Color:
Vintage Red Sunfire
Interior Color:
White
Body Type:
Hardtop
Transmission:
727 TorqueFlite Automatic
Engine:
400 4bbl
Mileage:
0
9,553 actual mile survivor. 1 owner since 1978. Rare bucket seats with console and floor shifter. Yes it has the "Fine Corinthian Leather"! We just spent $2,000 at a shop having it inspected and serviced.

EXTERIOR: It is an excellent condition by survivor standards. It is original! The body is absolutely straight, no rust or damage. The panels fit nice. It is smooth even all along the bottoms. The paint shows very well, the top of the hood is fuzzy and there will be some touch-ups here and there. All the chrome is straight and bright but is slightly aged. It has optional white rub strips on each side and some cool 70s style striping. The glass is crystal clear, the vinyl top is excellent. The door jambs are real clean, weatherstrips are still soft. It has multiple oil change stickers going back to 1976 with 750 miles. The tires are new, we just replaced them. The rallye wheels are in excellent shape.

INTERIOR: Very desirable bucket seats with a center console and a floor shifter. Of course those seats are fine Corinthian leather and and still shows practically new. The dash area is pristine. No cracks, all the knobs, lenses, controls are excellent. The original Am-Fm stereo and 8-tracks works great. The plush carpets are excellent. The headliner, and visors are mint. The door panels are mint except some discoloring that can easily be dyed. The owner's manual pouch is in the glove box and has the original literature. It has not been smoked in, the cigarette lighter has not been used. The interior lights work.

ENGINE COMPARTMENT: It has the very collectible and desirable 400 4-barrel motor. The compartment is stock and has never been detailed. We had the original radiator recored, new antifreeze. Also tuned up with cap, rotor, plugs and wires. New filters, wiper bushing kit, valve cover gaskets and an electrical control module. It features power steering, power brakes and air conditioning. All the components are factory correct, it still has the factory decals and markings. A little bit of detailing in the engine compartment would make it look nice.

TRUNK COMPARTMENT: fully lined in the original carpet. It has a tire cover on the original spare that has never been on the ground. It is still has the ink stamp on the tread. The jack has never been used. Trunk light works. Weatherstrip and paint are excellent.

UNDERSIDE: This is an original underside that is completely solid and proper. It has not been detailed, it's never been spray painted. So what you see is original. does look like it's had a complete correct replacement exhaust system installed and the shocks were replaced completely Rock Solid it's been ziebarted components including suspension motor and transmission are clean

These big cars of the 70s are becoming very desirable and collectable, especially low mile survivors. This one is especially collectable because it's one of the optional 400 and a 4-barrel. The bucket seats with a floor shifter and console make it very desirable too. It's all about nostalgia. People relate to these because of a very popular ad campaign with Ricardo Montalbahn as the spokes person. His reference to the fine Corinthian leather even made its way into a skit on Saturday Night Live.

I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle.
Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do a walk around video that explains the car's condition in detail.
Don't be intimidated, contact sales now for a no pressure, no hassle experience!

815-323-6536 9-5 central
Answered ASAP

Deluxe interior
Leather upholstery
Bucket seats
Console
Tilt wheel
Am-Fm 8-track
Rear defog
Cruise control
Trunk dress up
Padded top
Rallye wheels

Vehicle Description

9,553 actual mile survivor. 1 owner since 1978. Rare bucket seats with console and floor shifter. Yes it has the "Fine Corinthian Leather"! We just spent $2,000 at a shop having it inspected and serviced.

EXTERIOR: It is an excellent condition by survivor standards. It is original! The body is absolutely straight, no rust or damage. The panels fit nice. It is smooth even all along the bottoms. The paint shows very well, the top of the hood is fuzzy and there will be some touch-ups here and there. All the chrome is straight and bright but is slightly aged. It has optional white rub strips on each side and some cool 70s style striping. The glass is crystal clear, the vinyl top is excellent. The door jambs are real clean, weatherstrips are still soft. It has multiple oil change stickers going back to 1976 with 750 miles. The tires are new, we just replaced them. The rallye wheels are in excellent shape.

INTERIOR: Very desirable bucket seats with a center console and a floor shifter. Of course those seats are fine Corinthian leather and and still shows practically new. The dash area is pristine. No cracks, all the knobs, lenses, controls are excellent. The original Am-Fm stereo and 8-tracks works great. The plush carpets are excellent. The headliner, and visors are mint. The door panels are mint except some discoloring that can easily be dyed. The owner's manual pouch is in the glove box and has the original literature. It has not been smoked in, the cigarette lighter has not been used. The interior lights work.

ENGINE COMPARTMENT: It has the very collectible and desirable 400 4-barrel motor. The compartment is stock and has never been detailed. We had the original radiator recored, new antifreeze. Also tuned up with cap, rotor, plugs and wires. New filters, wiper bushing kit, valve cover gaskets and an electrical control module. It features power steering, power brakes and air conditioning. All the components are factory correct, it still has the factory decals and markings. A little bit of detailing in the engine compartment would make it look nice.

TRUNK COMPARTMENT: fully lined in the original carpet. It has a tire cover on the original spare that has never been on the ground. It is still has the ink stamp on the tread. The jack has never been used. Trunk light works. Weatherstrip and paint are excellent.

UNDERSIDE: This is an original underside that is completely solid and proper. It has not been detailed, it's never been spray painted. So what you see is original. does look like it's had a complete correct replacement exhaust system installed and the shocks were replaced completely Rock Solid it's been ziebarted components including suspension motor and transmission are clean

These big cars of the 70s are becoming very desirable and collectable, especially low mile survivors. This one is especially collectable because it's one of the optional 400 and a 4-barrel. The bucket seats with a floor shifter and console make it very desirable too. It's all about nostalgia. People relate to these because of a very popular ad campaign with Ricardo Montalbahn as the spokes person. His reference to the fine Corinthian leather even made its way into a skit on Saturday Night Live.

I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle.
Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do a walk around video that explains the car's condition in detail.
Don't be intimidated, contact sales now for a no pressure, no hassle experience!

815-323-6536 9-5 central
Answered ASAP

Deluxe interior
Leather upholstery
Bucket seats
Console
Tilt wheel
Am-Fm 8-track
Rear defog
Cruise control
Trunk dress up
Padded top
Rallye wheels

Vehicle Warranty

All vehicles sold as-is, no warranty. We do encourage you to see the car in person or hire a 3rd party inspector. Use of our lifts and test drives are available with scheduled appointments. We are happy to answer your questions and requests as thoroughly as possible.

About Volo Auto Museum

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