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1957 Chrysler 300 Series

Sale price: $79,995.00 make an offer

Car location: Rogers, Minnesota, United States
Sale type: Fixed price listing

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Manufacturer: Chrysler
Model: 300 Series
Year: 1957
Type: Hardtop
Color: Red
Mileage: 12922
Engine: 392 HEMI V8
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Interior Color: Tan
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1957 Chrysler 300C - Ellingson Motorcars
Stock #:
8508
Exterior Color:
Gauguin Red
Interior Color:
Tan
Body Type:
Hardtop
Transmission:
727 TorqueFlite Pushbutton 3 Speed Automatic
Drivetrain:
RWD
Engine:
392 HEMI V8
Mileage:
12,922
This 1957 Chrysler 300C is a beautifully restored example that is sure to turn many heads cruising down the road. 1957 was the third year for the Chrysler "Letter Cars," and the 1957 iteration did not disappoint. In 1957, Chrysler produced only 1,918 2-door hardtops like this one. The '57 300C featured a re-styled "yawning" wide front grille that many saw as a more masculine look. The 1957 300C also saw the debut of the red, white and blue 300C round medallion on the side of the rear, and now much bigger, tail fins. Of course, the biggest highlight of Chrysler's letter cars is that they were known to be some of the fastest and most powerful production cars available at the time. Powering this particular 300C is a 392 Cubic Inch Hemi V8, meaning that it has Chrysler's famous hemispherical combustion chambers. The 392 Hemi is paired with a dual 4 barrel carburetor setup, that pushed out a whopping 375 horsepower back in 1957. Interestingly, the horsepower output on the 1957 300C was substantially higher than even the base-model 300s that returned to Chrysler's lineup in 2005. The 392 V8 Hemi on this Mopar is mated to a 727 TorqueFlite 3-Speed Automatic Transmission that uses Chrysler's famous pushbutton shifters that were prominent in the Mopar lineup back in the late 50s. This '57 Chrysler is well-optioned under the hood as well with Power Steering and Power Brakes. The exterior on this 1957 Mopar was re-finished in beautiful Gaugin Red exterior paint that shows exceptionally well. The chrome and brightwork on this Chrysler are also in very nice shape. The trunk and engine compartment have been meticulously detailed and both look great! This 1957 Chrysler 300C sits on 4 wide whitewall tires with factory wheel covers, along with a spare and jack in the trunk. The interior is in very nice shape as well. The Tan Leather front split bench seat looks great as well as the matching leather bench in the rear. Dash and steering wheel are in stock configuration and they do not appear to have been modified since new. An electric clock, fuel gauge, oil pressure gauge, temp gauge, amp gauge, and a 150 MPH speedometer make up the instrument cluster available to the driver. The interior is also loaded with options on this top-of-the-line Chrysler, including power seats and power windows. A dash mounted factory AM radio and rear-view mirror complete the interior look of this classic Mopar. Whether you're looking for your first classic Chrysler letter car or you have a garage full of them, we've got a stunning 1957 Chrysler 300C 2 door hardtop for you right here at Ellingson Motorcars in Rogers, Minnesota. Give us a call today!

Vehicle Description

This 1957 Chrysler 300C is a beautifully restored example that is sure to turn many heads cruising down the road. 1957 was the third year for the Chrysler "Letter Cars," and the 1957 iteration did not disappoint. In 1957, Chrysler produced only 1,918 2-door hardtops like this one. The '57 300C featured a re-styled "yawning" wide front grille that many saw as a more masculine look. The 1957 300C also saw the debut of the red, white and blue 300C round medallion on the side of the rear, and now much bigger, tail fins. Of course, the biggest highlight of Chrysler's letter cars is that they were known to be some of the fastest and most powerful production cars available at the time. Powering this particular 300C is a 392 Cubic Inch Hemi V8, meaning that it has Chrysler's famous hemispherical combustion chambers. The 392 Hemi is paired with a dual 4 barrel carburetor setup, that pushed out a whopping 375 horsepower back in 1957. Interestingly, the horsepower output on the 1957 300C was substantially higher than even the base-model 300s that returned to Chrysler's lineup in 2005. The 392 V8 Hemi on this Mopar is mated to a 727 TorqueFlite 3-Speed Automatic Transmission that uses Chrysler's famous pushbutton shifters that were prominent in the Mopar lineup back in the late 50s. This '57 Chrysler is well-optioned under the hood as well with Power Steering and Power Brakes. The exterior on this 1957 Mopar was re-finished in beautiful Gaugin Red exterior paint that shows exceptionally well. The chrome and brightwork on this Chrysler are also in very nice shape. The trunk and engine compartment have been meticulously detailed and both look great! This 1957 Chrysler 300C sits on 4 wide whitewall tires with factory wheel covers, along with a spare and jack in the trunk. The interior is in very nice shape as well. The Tan Leather front split bench seat looks great as well as the matching leather bench in the rear. Dash and steering wheel are in stock configuration and they do not appear to have been modified since new. An electric clock, fuel gauge, oil pressure gauge, temp gauge, amp gauge, and a 150 MPH speedometer make up the instrument cluster available to the driver. The interior is also loaded with options on this top-of-the-line Chrysler, including power seats and power windows. A dash mounted factory AM radio and rear-view mirror complete the interior look of this classic Mopar. Whether you're looking for your first classic Chrysler letter car or you have a garage full of them, we've got a stunning 1957 Chrysler 300C 2 door hardtop for you right here at Ellingson Motorcars in Rogers, Minnesota. Give us a call today!

Vehicle Warranty

WARRANTIES FOR THIS VEHICLE:

AS IS - NO DEALER WARRANTY

 THE DEALER DOES NOT PROVIDE A WARRANTY FOR ANY REPAIRS AFTER SALE.

About Ellingson Motorcars

Ellingson Motorcars is the Midwest's premier classic car dealer. Our huge indoor showroom is located just outside Minneapolis and features 100+ classic cars, muscle cars, restored trucks, original survivors and restomods ranging from the 1920s to late model collectibles.

Our friendly staff are experienced and knowledgeable when it comes to selling or buying classic cars and can help you find your dream car. With over 25 years of experience selling classic cars and trucks, we've sold and shipped thousands of classics to all 50 states and to nearly every continent. 

Customers trust the unparallel quality of our vehicles.  In fact, most of our customers purchased their classic car sight unseen without even visiting our showroom.  To ensure that every classic in our inventory meets our high standards, each vehicle undergoes our 100+ point inspection.  This extensive inspection and intake process allows our customers to trust that the car they saw on the internet runs, drives, and looks as they expected.

Ready to sell your classic or collectible vehicle? Our consignment and buying programs help you sell your classic car and put cash in your pocket! Contact us today and we'll help you determine the best possible price for your vehicle. We also offer full repair services to keep your collectible car running perfectly while it is on display in our Rogers showroom and for years to come. Whether you're in the market for a classic Chevy, Ford, Dodge or something a little less common like a Packard or Studebaker, Ellingson's has the right classic vehicle for you.

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If an inaccurate automobile price is inadvertently listed on eBay, Ellingson Motorcars LLC (the "Company") reserves the right to NOT honor the erroneous price.  Prices do not include Title, License, Registration Fees, Document Fees, State or Local Taxes or Processing Fees, if any.  The Company disclaims and does not make any express or implied warranties on all vehicles offered for sale on eBay and such vehicles are sold AS-IS, WHERE-IS.  The Company does not represent or warrant the authenticity or accuracy of odometer readings or other vehicle specifications unless otherwise specified in the vehicle listing.  All shipping charges are the buyer's responsibility, unless otherwise agreed to by the Company.  The Company reserves the right to end any auction early, without any notice to bidders.  The Company may require the buyer to make a nonrefundable deposit with Ellingson Motorcars LLC within 48 hours of winning the auction in an amount as determined by the Company in its sole discretion.  
 

For more information and a current list of vehicles, contact Scott E. at 763-428-7337 or at ebay@ellingsonmotorcars.com.

Fees and Taxes

Sales tax, title, license fee, registration fee, dealer documentary fee, finance charges, emission testing fees, and compliance fees are additional to the advertised price. Vehicle is listed locally, we reserve the right to end the auction at any time.

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