1963 Chrysler 300 Pace Setter Convertible
Mick Owens writes:
I am Mick Owens and would like to share with you and the rest of the Mopar lovers some pictures of by remaining Mopars.
You have pictures of my 1963 Plymouth Belvedere sent to you by my son James.
My wife, Jan and I own two more Mopars that might be of interest. One is a 1963 Chrysler 300 Pace Setter Convertible.
The Chrysler 300 convertible is a special edition, one of 1,864, that were produced to commemorate Chrysler being selected to pace the Indianapolis 500 in 1963. The car is Pace Car Blue with alabaster interior and has only 33,000 miles on it.
It has a 383 cubic inch engine with a four barrel carburetor, push button automatic transmission, remote drivers-side mirror.
The other is a 1965 Chrysler New Yroker.
Another powerful, unique car, Mick and Jan!
Adding a convertible body style to a bIg Mopar like yours only increases the driving pleasure, as you know well!
Thanks for sharing your fine Mopars! :-)
September 27, 2000; October 14, 2000
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