The design of this Jet Age car is simply exquisite.

When this 1960 Chrysler 300F was brand new it made a huge splash in the market. Bold styling, loads of power, and a luxurious interior makes this coupe a big hit with crowds even today. Just take a car like this on a cruise through your town and it will turn many, many heads everywhere you go. Available through Black Horse Automotive Services, this classic Chrysler is a true stunner.

Gallery: 1960 Chrysler 300F Promises Smooth Cruising

A black over tan color scheme with plenty of exterior brightwork makes for a stunning machine. For the 1960 300F, Chrysler made the tailfins bigger, starting at the doors, adding so much more dramatic flair. The V-shaped taillights are absolutely iconic. Just as endearing is the “bird bath” faux spare on the trunk, a callback to cars of old. Overall, this ride embodies so much of what made the Jet Age American car designs so fun.

Just as enthralling as that bold design is what’s under the hood. The 413ci Wedge V8 employs a Cross Ram manifold, where the two carbs sit on either side of the engine. As a result, this car pulls strong through the rpm range, delivering a peak 375-horsepower. You can’t help but feel confident while behind the wheel.

When you cruise in this car, you’re riding in style and comfort. Bucket seats in the front and back, with a padded armrest on both rows emphasize this is a car made for stretching out and getting cozy. Factory gauges and switchgear make for a fun history lesson you can show off to others.

Chrysler only made 964 300Fs for the 1960 model year. Today, Chrysler 300 letter cars enjoy a dedicated following. It’s not hard to see why so many are fascinated with these classic rides, making them excellent investments and plenty of fun to take for a spin. If you’ve decided to take the plunge on this vehicle, contact Black Horse Automotive Services for purchasing details. The company offers a whole array of services, from engine rebuilding to fabrication and even transport.

Source: Motorious