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1964 Chrysler Convertible, TRADE??? (Missoula)

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This car is located in Missoula, Montana.

We are selling or trading our beloved 1964 Chrysler Newport Convertible. The drive train was rebuilt, with a great rebuild on the engine. Probably 100 miles since the rebuild. The interior is solid and ready to use. A few squeeks when you drive, but great performer. 383 I think. We need another (modern) car that is realiable, reasonably low miles, and somewhat new. Honda, Toyota and similar come to mind. SUV or Sedan.

This Chrysler was made to carry 6, and this car has lap seat belts for 6. The top is very new, and the top mechanism is strong. The glass all around is very good. All systems are running right. Drive this car and take a trip to a very nice time in Auto history. And for a big classic American car, it gets pretty good mileage :)
This car is a great driver, and looks good. Power train was redone, solid upholstery, straight lines and nice paint. One parking lot scrape would be an easy fix. Turn it into a show car or invest almost nothing and drive it as-is. It is ready for years of pleasure.

The auction survey site follows auctions across the USA. See the attached photo. They say the average convertible '64 Newport sale price is $25,000. By that standard, this car is a great buy. (We would sell in the teens). It does have one parking lot push-in on the passenger rear side. Easy fix. Car includes the classic push button transmission, young people have often never seen one!

I have a few photos, but with help made a video showing much about the car. Buyer responsible for shipping or retreiving the car from Missoula. This is a fun and strong driver with great looks, not a show car, tho parking it at the car club shows always brings some admiration. Here is the video to see the car in more detail.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iWtSFZHyPE&feature=youtu.be

So if you have a GOOD extra car or other you will part with maybe we can do this.

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