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1965 CHRYSLER
Specifications and Options
Total Number of 1962 Chryslers Produced:  129,578 Units

Newport

300 Sport

New Yorker


300H

Factory Literature
Factory Exterior Paint Chips
Serial Number Identification

Estimated Value of a 1965 Chrysler 
Note:  These figures are based on a scale of 1 to 6.  Please see below on how to determine your grade. 
This information is NOT a legal evaluation.  These numbers are extracted from "Old Car Price Guide" and are only intended to be an estimate guide.  Real evaluations need to be done by an appraisal service.  There are option adders at the bottom of the chart.
Model Doors/Body 1 2 3 4 5 6
Newport 2 DR HT 17,500 12,250 7,000 3,500 2,100 700
Newport 2 DR Conv. 19,000 11,200 6,400 3,200 1,920 760
Newport 4 DR HT 16,000 11,200 6,400 3,200 1,920 640
Newport 4 DR SD 15,600 10,920 6,240 3,120 1,872 624
Newport 6 Pass SW 17,000 11,900 6,800 3,400 2,040 680
Newport 9 Pass SW 17,200 12,040 6,880 3,440 2,040 688
300 Sport 2 DR Conv. 22,000 15,400 8,800 4,400 2.640 880
300 Sport 2 DR HT 18,000 12,600 7,200 3,600 2,160 720
300 Sport 4 DR HT 17,000 11,900 6,800 3,400 2,040 680
New Yorker 4 DR HT 17,500 11,200 7,000 3,500 2,100 700
New Yorker 4 DR SD 16,000 11,200 6,400 3,200 1,920 640
New Yorker 6 Pass SW 18,000 12,600 7,200 3,660 2,160 720
New Yorker 9 Pass SW 18,200 12,740 7,280 3,640 2,184 728
300 H 2 DR HT 41,000 28,700 16,400 8,200 4,920 1,640
300 H 2 DR Conv. 51,000 35,700 20,400 10,200 6,120 2,040
               
               
               

Option adders:  + 10% for Fact A/C, + 5% Power Windows, +  ?% Cross Ram Option, 10% Posi-traction, 5% for Cruise Control

How to evaluate your grade.
Grade 1:  Excellent - Undisputable Perfect
Grade 2:  Fine - Well Restored, lack of top of the line finish work
Grade 3:  Very Good - Old Restoration, well cared for factory original  NOS or OE Complete
Grade 4:  Needs minor work, fully operational  Needs a full restoration
Grade 5:  Restorable -  Pretty much all there, dented, scratched, doesn't have to run. Needs complete Resto
Grade 6:  Parts car, Bone yard special, wrecked, some useable parts as a donor

2004
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