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Gorgeous 56K Montana Survivor

1975 Chrysler Cordoba

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    Belgrade, Montana, United States
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This beautiful Chrysler has spent its entire life in Montana, garaged and passed from one senior owner to another, amassing only 56K easy miles along the way - in fact, it has been driven only a few hundred miles over the last two decades. Finished in “Inca Gold” with tan interior, just detailed, it’s ready to go and starts, stops, and drives wonderfully.
This car is an absolute creampuff. The cigar lighter and ash tray have never been used. Original carpeting is soft and clean. Trunk is covered in the original full carpeting and the spare tire and tools are in place. Weatherstripping and rubber parts are soft and pliable. The chrome trim has a mirror finish and gleams in the sun. All glass is crack-free, and the windows have been treated to extra tinting. No leaks, no pets, no smells. Lots of recent work has been performed to bring it up to safe driving standards, including new tires, plugs, wires, cap, rotor, carb rebuild, battery, muffler, alternator, and radiator hoses. I recently went for a spin down the highway and had to hit the gas when entering in front of another vehicle and was surprised to squeal the tires, so needless to say, the motor's got some pep. Everything works except the AC.
This is as clean, low-mile, and mechanically sound a Cordoba as you’ll find, and this particular car has two advantages that most don’t:
1) It has the 360 V8, rather than the 318 or 400. Why is this important? Because the 318 doesn’t have enough torque to move such a heavy car, but the 400 is a big block and adds too much weight to the front end and does terribly on gas. The 360 is a lighter-weight small block but with plenty of torque, and provides the best fuel economy.
2) It doesn’t have a padded roof - which means that you can park it outdoors if you need to, and there’s no 45-year-old vinyl to crack. Drive it in the rain and sun, and enjoy it with no worries! Most Cordoba’s were made with padded roofs, and most are now falling apart because of exposure.
If you want a clean classic car that's ready to use and enjoy, this is a bargain, and 1970's cars are increasing in value as the collector demographic changes to the next generation.
Happy to answer any questions - please ask any that you have before buying or making an offer.
The only rust I can find on the car is two quarter-sized spots as shown in the last two photos, just in front and behind the passenger rear wheel. These are not visible when standing next to the car. Montana doesn't salt our roads so our cars are clean.