This 1960 300F is one of Chrysler's 'Letter Cars,' produced from 1955 through 1965, which were some of the most powerful and exclusive vehicles produced by an American car company of that era. With only 248 convertibles produced, the 1960 300F has become one of the most sought after cars of the Letter series. Equipped with the famous crossram induction manifold fitted with two 4-barrel carburetors, the 413 cubic-inch V8 produces 375 horsepower and is coupled to Chrysler's 3-speed Torqueflite push-button transmission.
This 300 F convertible is just one of five specially ordered with a black leather interior, as opposed to the standard tan leather. It is the only black leather example restored. Other rare factory options include air conditioning, power swivel seats, power windows, and power antenna with a signal seeker radio. The car was restored by the current owner.Also photographed at :