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#2279900 - 03/31/17 08:05 PM For Sale - Mopar Full Size - Cars - 2nd Quarter
moparts Offline

Registered: 01/19/03
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Loc: Norwich CT USA

#2303218 - 05/12/17 02:17 AM 1968 Dodge Polara wagon [Re: moparts]
Norwegianmopar Offline

Registered: 04/08/08
Posts: 11
Loc: Norway
I'm thinking about selling my 1968 Dodge Polara 9 passenger wagon from Texas. 80k miles. Got the cool roof rack. PS. PB. AC.

Dashpad is worn out and headliner in the rear is missing. New exhaust, new brakes and new front end. New brake booster.

A built 383 4bbl is installed and the runs and drives good..

Just clean it up and clear coat it and you have a cool cruiser with awesome patina.

$7500. Car is at my buddy's in Livonia, MI.

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#2306127 - 05/17/17 01:24 PM Re: For Sale - Mopar Full Size - Cars - 2nd Quarter [Re: moparts]
QMopar Offline

Registered: 01/06/08
Posts: 22
I'm selling my 1975 Imperial LeBaron. Bought it with 49,700 miles, it now has 63,XXX which will go up as I drive it on nice days.

It had been sitting for about 10 years when I purchased it from the owner's daughter after he passed. The WWII vet was a Chrysler guy and always wanted an Imperial. Sometime in 1975 or 76, he purchased this one and evidently was planning on keeping it forever. I'm not sure at what point he had it repainted but, when it was resprayed, he also had it rustproofed and undercoated with some government-spec stuff. It’s still on there and probably what preserved it. There is some surface rust behind rear wheel wells but no rust-through. We’re guessing that original vinyl top shrunk so they cut and reinstalled the top trim to compensate for the shrinkage.

It's unique in that it has so few options. No rear window defroster, no power door locks, no power trunk, no leather, no tilt/telescope wheel, not even a right hand mirror…but all Imperial.

A beautiful black velour interior and nice straight body. This is a driver and I’ve taken it to the All Chrysler Nationals in Carlisle, PA the last three years (a 600-mile round trip) and drive it to work during the summer months. It goes down the road very nicely and gets 2-tons of looks. Cruise, windows, headlight doors and power antenna all work.

Over the last 3 years I’ve updated and upgraded the following:

· Rebuilt all 4 power window motors with new gears and lubed the regulators.

· All fluids flushed and refilled

· Stock 440 with Holley Street Dominator aluminum intake

· Rebuilt Carter Competition Series 4 barrel

· Custom-made FireCore plug wires (patterned after the original wires)

· FBO ignition with custom distributor curve

· Turned front rotors, new front pads & repacked wheels bearings

· Replaced front brake calipers and hoses

· New KYB front shocks

· New idler arm

· Custom dual exhaust with H-pipe and AP XLerator Turbo mufflers

· 4 new 235/75R15XL Kuhmo Optimo H724 tires (and front end alignment)

· Upgraded R134 Sanden AC compressor (US-made) with BPE Mounting Bracket and custom AC hoses

Being 42 years old, it’s not perfect:

· Transmission has some pump noise in reverse. Hasn’t gotten any worse in the 3 years I’ve been driving it and shifts just fine through all 3 gears.

· Wiper motor has never worked right and bushings are shot. Comes with a new motor and bushings

· As soon as I got it out of storage this year the AC compressor clutch went. I just unplugged the compressor so the other ATC options work

· Paint is ok/presentable but some chips and nicks here and there.

· Turn signal stalk is bent but still functions fine

· Left side radio speakers don’t seem to work

· Chronometer ticks but doesn’t keep time.

I was seriously considering going with fuel injection so the carb is serviceable but not perfect. It’s cold-blooded and has a bit of flat spot from stop under hard acceleration. A new Edelbrock, Holley, Quick-Fuel, or (insert your favorite brand here) carb would do the trick.

I’m selling because our daughter has been accepted to an out-of-state summer ballet intensive which is expensive. It’s something she really wants to pursue and it’s a great opportunity for her. I can always get another car – maybe not like this one but that’s what parents do for their kids. If she wasn’t dancing, I’d probably keep it forever. I had a 77 Chrysler New Yorker as a kid (grandpa gave it me) so I’ve had a chance to relive my teenage memories and now she can create hers.

I’m asking $3800 obo.

It’s truly a good car where you can just drive it and enjoy it. It was featured in a mini-documentary on Imperial here:

I have some extras exclusive to the buyer like an NOS turn signal stalk, NOS A-pillar chrome trim, C-body hi-po exhaust manifolds (blasted and primed with VHT primer), impossible-to-find rear rotors turned and ready to install, as well as a driver’s quality set (4) of the Chrysler dress wheels (no trim rings). All the original components go with the car; original R-2 AC compressor, plug wires, iron intake manifold, and ignition. I can take pictures of most anything you’d like – feel free to ask questions. qmopar @ yahoo com is the best way to get me.

More pictures here:
75 Imperial Pictures

#2308991 - 05/22/17 10:11 AM Re: For Sale - Mopar Full Size - Cars - 2nd Quarter [Re: moparts]
Cheetah400m Offline

Registered: 04/24/16
Posts: 5
Loc: Nebraska
66 Dodge Polara
---NO TITLE--- no motor--no transmission--no steering wheel or column-/-
Car is located in Shenandoah Iowa 51601.
Can help with delivery??
Call Wayne 402-830-3736.
See pictures on my website

#2310867 - 05/25/17 10:26 AM Re: For Sale - Mopar Full Size - Cars - 2nd Quarter [Re: moparts]
superbee471 Offline

Registered: 03/19/08
Posts: 81
1969 Fury III convert for sale. matching number car with original 318/904, & 8.75. car is fully restored ready to go anywhere. asking $28,000 or partial trade for other Mopar project. call me @ 509-586-4592, or email @ i have pictures of this car , but i am not smart enough to get them to post here. frown

#2322688 - 06/17/17 03:38 PM Re: For Sale - Mopar Full Size - Cars - 2nd Quarter [Re: moparts]
charger4510 Offline

Registered: 09/09/11
Posts: 8
Loc: kokomo , indiana
1968 Chrysler 300 Convert. This car has just has a full restoration. Front Drum brakes upgraded to Disc. Many new parts
This is a base model 300 with p.s. and p.s. It has the 440 cid
350 hp and 727 auto. $18,500.00 call 765 432-7647 or email at Kokomo,In This car will be at Carlisle July 14 and 15.





Edited by charger4510 (06/28/17 06:29 PM)

#2322915 - 06/18/17 05:32 AM Re: For Sale - Mopar Full Size - Cars - 2nd Quarter [Re: moparts]
Ellies Dart Offline
pro stock

Registered: 03/28/07
Posts: 1282
Loc: South Bend, Indiana
1969 Chrysler Newport's convertibles,, 1st car// 383ci(no# matching ,rebuilt) auto on floor ,buckets with console ,Altra Rare side body chrome ,power windows ,factory air ,power top ,power/drum all 4 wheels ,rust free ,still needs paint ,Gold out/black in & top.. 2nd car 383ci ,bench (((has been PARTS car))),. Both have clear titles.. $6500 for both car's ,,owner passed on wife wants these gone ,both still at body shop. $6500<>Cash 574-274-8214 any day 6am-6pm eastern time Zone,, Sunday are Best for call or info,, e-mails are slow I work 5-10 hour days or more





Edited by Ellies Dart (06/18/17 05:33 AM)


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