Here is a classic 1963 Newport with push-button, automatic transmission on the dash. The '63 Chrysler Newport has a 361 C.I. (265 HP) V8 with a 727 Torque Flite Transmission. The car has no mechanical, bodily or structural problems -- it drives like a champ. I bought the Newport last year for $6K and have invested $15K in restoration and repairs. I have all receipts for work done. All I am asking is the recoup most of my repair costs. This car is being sold at a loss, as I am moving out-of-state later this year. The Newport has a new headliner and new driver's side window. The engine, drive train, muffler, dashboard gauges, etc. were all fully replaced or rebuilt -- as needed. The car has new high-quality, white-wall tires with curb feelers. The paint job was high quality when originally applied, and has a vintage patina. There are tiny paint owies in a few bottom panel tips but they are not readily noticeable. A replacement, original era, AM radio is out for warranty repairs — should be back in a week and working fine. Drawback: the steering column has a prosthetic, replacement turn signal. An original 1963 Newport ad and original era car poster comes with the deal. This '63 Newport is a sweet ride that could be a daily driver.

Used Year: 1963
Mileage: 94675 Interior Color: Blue
Make: Chrysler Transmission: Automatic
Model: Newport Body Type: Sedan
Vehicle Title: Clear Exterior Color: White

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