1965 Chrysler Newport Low Miles Hardtop 2-door 6.3l Classis 383 Auto Rare on 2040-cars
Bend, Oregon, United States
1965 Chrysler Newport
72,600 original miles 2 Door Hardtop
Selling another one of my pops classic cars. My dad is 74 years young and does not have the time it takes to drive or do the upkeep on all his old cars.....
This car has been in storage since 1983. And now has new brakes, new battery, new fuel pump, the gas tank was replaced, oil & filter changed, new belts & hoses. Before the car was stored, new tires were installed and they still look brand new, and the car was repainted back in about 1980. This car was sold new in Redmond Oregon and has spent its entire life in the dry high desert so it it totaly rust free (there are a few pics of the underside and one with the trunk carpet/mat pulled back). The car has never been smoked in, everything works including the map and glovebox light. The engine is a big 383 with a auto trans and the car runs and drives very well. The front still has the original rubber floor mat, radio still works also. I feel you could get in this car and drive it anywhere although keep in mind it is a 49 year old car. The trunk is nice and clean, has the original jack and a nice spare. All the windows open and close and the car is a 2-door hardtop. The rear bumper has a dent right above the license plate. The original rear fender skirts are on the car as well. All I did was wash the car and vacumn it out, with a full detail it would look close to brand new. The original license plates will be put back on the car when sold, I will be keeping the newer license plates.
We will need a deposit within 48 hours and payment in full within 7 days of auction end. If you are needing to have this car shipped we can store the car inside for up to 30 days and will help all we can with the shipper of your choice. If needed you can call my pops direct at 541-420-9588
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