If you’re a fan of classic cars, you’ll appreciate the beauty of the 1965 Chrysler Windsor. The Windsor was introduced by Chrysler in 1939 as a step up from the Royal, and continued in production until 1961 in the U.S., with Canadian production continuing until 1966. This particular model was essentially the Canadian-built version of the Chrysler Newport, and it is a sight to behold.
The elongated body, big chrome grill, and sleek curves over the headlamps and wheel wells make it easy to identify this car as a Mopar. However, what makes this 1965 Chrysler Windsor stand out is its unique black paint job, which creates a striking contrast with the fresh red interior. The red synthetic leather bench-style seats match the red and chrome trim on the dash, while the updated headliner completes the fresh interior.
Overall, the 1965 Chrysler Windsor is a remarkable vehicle that showcases the best of classic car design. Its elongated body, big chrome grill, and sleek curves create a beautiful exterior, while the fresh red interior adds a touch of luxury.
Under the hood, this Windsor is powered by a strong 5.9-liter (361 cubic-inch) “Low Block”‘B’ V8 engine, which is paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission. With 295 horsepower paired with the automatic transmission, the Windsor looks to be a joy to drive, and the 20-inch Ridler 645 chrome wheels and low-profile radials add to its impressive presence on the road.
If you’re interested in owning this beautiful 1965 Chrysler Windsor, you’re in luck! This classic car is currently for sale at the Gateway Classic Cars Houston Showroom for $40,000. You can contact them at (832) 210-3324 to inquire about any additional details about the car.
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