1950's Chrysler 300
1950's Chrysler 300 in Montana
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kfcarlover  - January 28, 2013
I think it's a 61. The 62 didn't have fins and the 60 didn't have slanted headlights as I recall.
fordmustangmuscle  - December 4, 2010
Someone blew the doors off that one
buddyhollysedselgirl  - July 24, 2008
Could still become a real nice car again!
oldjalopy  - May 23, 2008
I think this one is a 1960 Chrysler. I had a 60' Chrysler Newport, and this one looks like the body lines are all the same.
fenderuse22  - March 28, 2008
Hell, I'd buy this car just to honor Roy!!! haha
19cvy57man  - February 25, 2008
A little music history for you. A Chrysler convertable of this year car was featured on the record jacket of Roy Orbinson album produced in the early 60's.
panelguy  - October 7, 2007
To the right person...its still restorable...!
69pontiacbonneville  - March 26, 2007
they need to restore these cuz it sick to let them rust away
fenderuse22  - January 30, 2007
I wonder if possibly the rest of the chrome parts are in the trunk? That would be happy.
bustybabe  - January 14, 2007
Damn Shame!! What is wrong with you people who leave vintage cars out to rust?
genaphill  - January 12, 2007
it's a 1961 300G. canted hedlights/tailfins 413w/dual 4 bbl(what a waste)
datsunkingkab  - November 10, 2006
it's a beaute
jcandco2  - October 26, 2006
It's a 1959 Lincoln Premier
rustyoldman  - August 3, 2006
1961 1962 did not have tail fins!
haycreek  - June 18, 2006
I agree, 61 to 62 because of the canted headlights.
rustyrides  - June 7, 2005
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Created: May 02, 2008 By: oldride
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