1960 Chrysler 300F
The bodywork was redone for 1960, using Chrysler’s new lightweight unibody construction and given sharper-edged styling with outward-tilting fins that were visually separated from the sides.
The 300F introduced a new, higher power 413 CU IN (6.8 L) Wedge engine delivering 375 HP in standard form. A new and completely unique “Cross Ram” manifold was used, placing the carbs on each side of the engine. The design was to have a “supercharging” effect in the heart of the RPM range. Low range performance was helped with the design. A total of 964 Coupes were built. This Sunburst Yellow 300F is one of three known to exist in this unique color.