1961 CHRYSLER 300GMap
- Factory Air Conditioning
- Power Steering
- Power Disk Brakes
- Cross Ram Duel Carburetors
- Push Button Torqueflite Automatic Transmission
- Swivel Seats
The Chrysler 300 letter cars are considered the epitome of High Performance Sport Luxury Muscle Cars. We have a pristine fully restored 1961 300G that has the appearance of just rolling off the assembly line. This one of only a few hundred that were ever produced.
This 300G originally came from California before finding its way to Missouri and ultimately to Texas, where it entered the esteemed collection of Wayne Davis. Mr. Davis parted with this 300 in 2008 and since then it has been meticulously maintained. After sitting in a garage for many years, the engine and transmission were rebuilt and the car was subjected to a complete body-off restoration. Complete with the correct hoses, clamps, and hardware, the engine compartment was not only properly restored but also remains well detailed, which is generally the case for the undercarriage as well. Among the many standard features and accessories present, this 300G boasts a pushbutton automatic transmission, a console mounted tachometer, power adjustable driver’s seat, power windows, power steering, and power brakes as well as air conditioning, factory radio, and an Autronic Eye. The 413ci 375hp Wedge head V8 offers ample performance and the ride control is excellent. Continuing hot on the heels of the 1960 300F, the 300G was even more popular with 1,280 hardtop coupes and 337 convertibles sold versus 964 and 268 in 1960. For many purists, the G edition of the 300 Series represents the last of the great letter series cars.