This 1957 Chrysler 300c hardtop is a 75k-mile car with an older restoration in excellent condition. Reportedly a special-order car, it is equipped with most of the available options offered in period including a/c, highway hi-fi underdash record player, power seat, and rare chrome "eagle" fender ornaments. The seller notes that gil cunningham at Chrysler 300 club international inc. Has called it the most loaded 300c he's ever documented. This was an expensive and luxurious cruiser for the era and was powered by a powerful 375 horsepower 392 cubic inch hemi v8. The car was purchased six years ago at barrett-jackson and has been maintained to a high standard for 1957, the 300 finally got its own grille, replacing the split grille from the imperial used previously. Other improvements included a torsion bar front suspension and a larger hemi v8. The seller says that everything on the car works correctly and that the doors, hood, and trunk align perfectly. Though some '57 Chryslers came with dual headlights because of state laws in force at the time, this one has the quads, which would be legal nationwide in '58. The highway hi-fi, pictured, above, is a very rare period option. First offered on 1956 Chrysler products, the cbs-developed unit was pricey at $200 and played only special 16 2/3 rpm discs made for it by columbia records. Call for more information!