Gateway Classic Cars Houston Showroom is pleased to present this sweet 1965 Chrysler Windsor. The Windsor was a step above Chrysler's entry-level Royal from 1939 to 1950, but when the Royal was discontinued in 1951, the Windsor replaced it as the entry-level Chrysler sedan. The final Chrysler Windsor sold in the U.S. was produced in 1961, but Canadian production continued until 1966; during which, the Windsor was essentially the Canadian-built version of the Chrysler Newport. With is elongated body, big chrome grill, and sleek curves over the headlamps and wheel wells, there's no mistaking this as a Mopar. Countering its black paint job, you will notice a fresh red interior. With red synthetic leather bench style seats that match the red and chrome trim on the dash, it is hard to keep your eyes off this beauty. The headliner has also been updated to keep the interior fresh. Powering this Windsor is a strong 361 CID V8, which is backed by 3-speed automatic transmission. With its 20-inch chrome wheels, low profile radials, sweet black paint job, and bright red synthetic leather interior, it will be hard to find a cooler looking Canadian ride. So come on and grab this bad boy and add it to your collection! Call or email our Houston showroom team today!
This vehicle is no longer on the showroom floor, was returned to its owner, may have been modified from the description contained on this site, and may be no longer available for sale at this time. The owner has authorized Gateway to continue to display the Vehicle and Gateway will contact the owner about its availability for sale by consignment if any potential buyer is interested in the Vehicle.