(Jeff Hwang thought this might be of interest to you all. I’ll let the ad copy speak for itself.) This is a 1979 Dodge St. Regis. One of the more rare Chrysler cars to this day, as they were mostly used for cop cars back in the early 80s and most all of them were crushed.
Has the trusty Chrysler 318 V8. Bought from the original owner, an old veteran, who purchased it right out of the showroom in the local Chrysler/AMC dealership. All repairs are documented. It was maintained meticulously throughout the years, and everything from changing the oil to simply replacing a spark plug has been professionally done and documented by the local Midas. (includes original 1979 License plate that came with the car when I purchased it)
The rear tires are 80% Winter tires. Driven one winter since new. There are some quirks like any car of this age.
The leather interior door handles need to be re-attached.
The idle needs to be re-adjusted (I’ll do that myself more than likely, before it’s purchased) and the suspension bar that holds up the rear trunk needs to be replaced. I’d do it myself, it’s simple.
There is a small piece of trim missing near the driver’s door, unnoticed until close to car.
The last thing, the original owner disconnected the headlight flip-covers, and I’m unsure how to re-connect them. Nor have I tried. I’m sure it’s simpler than I think.
The rims are all Chrysler snowflake rims, but the back two are from a 79 Lebaron and the front ones are for this car specifically. (very similar, nonetheless.)
Has Power driver’s seat (a little of the leather separated from the seam as shown), All power windows (back right is stuck shut) all leather seats, Cruise control (works perfectly) Power steering and Brakes, stock radio – turns on but only tunes into one station. Original owner’s manual and all 1979 Chrysler emissions documentation, and repair slips. Rear defrost. (never used personally, I only drove in summer).
The last photo is of the featured car (and me before I drove it to prom, sorry about that)
—-WILL TRADE FOR—- preferably 70s sedan, compact, truck, anything 70s.
May consider other trades of equal value as well. Something that drives everyday.