1973 Chrysler Newport Custom 2Dr Hardtop

September 7, 2022 Update – The seller just agreed to lower their reserve price to $7,900.  If you are interested in this 40.4K original mile example for sale by the original owner, click one of the “Buy Now” buttons located on this page, where you can either agree to pay the buy now price or make a realistic counter offer.

August 24, 2022 Update – The high bid of $4,500 did not meet the seller’s reserve price of $9,000. 

August 10, 2022 Update – Unfortunately, the high bidder on this 1973 Chrysler Newport could not secure financing for the car, so the original owner agreed to have us run a second-chance auction. Since the original auction in June, the seller has had his mechanic rebuild the stock two-barrel carburetor.

Guys With Rides is proud to offer this 1973 Chrysler Newport Custom Two Door Hardtop in a reserve-style online auction on behalf of the original owner. Bidding opened Wednesday, August 10, and will continue for fourteen (14) consecutive days ending on Wednesday, August 24, 2022, at 4:00 PM Eastern Time.

We confirmed this nicely optioned Newport has only 40,395 original miles since the original took delivery of the car when brand new in 1973. The picture galleries provided below extensively document a nice survivor example of this 1973 Chrysler Newport Custom.

This 1973 Chrysler Newport Custom Two Door Hardtop currently resides as part of a collection near Scranton, Pennsylvania.

(NOTE: Click on the picture to stop the slide show and expand the pictures. Scroll down to see all photographs)

Buy now to $7,900 or make an offer!

Chrysler used the Newport brand name for both a hardtop body designation and also for its lowest-priced model between 1961 and 1981. Chrysler first used the Newport name on a 1940 show car, of which five vehicles were produced. The Newport continued the tradition of a large, comfortable luxurious coupe and sedan while offering a modestly priced product compared to the Chrysler New Yorker and Chrysler Imperial.

The fifth-generation Newport received a complete redesign for 1969 that featured the distinctive “Fuselage Styling” that would become symbolic of Chrysler’s full-size cars until the end of the 1973 model year. Although retaining the same 124-inch wheelbase it shared with the premium New Yorker, this generation Newport was longer, lower, wider, and several hundred pounds heavier than the fourth-generation cars it replaced.

Although still offered in 2-door and 4-door hardtop, 2-door convertible, and 4-door sedan models, station wagons were no longer part of the Newport series, as the Town & Country became a separate model outright. Newport convertibles were discontinued after 1970.  Available in 2- and 4-door hardtops and 4-door sedans, the Newport Custom would still be offered as the top-line Newport through the entire 1969–1973 design cycle.  For 1972, the Custom was standard with the 190 horsepower 400 cubic inch (6.6 L) V8.

The original owner purchased this very car in 1973 and has only managed to add 40,395 miles on the car since that time.  When first purchased, he had the car undercoated. That preventative measure combined with fastidious care helped this Newport remain in survivor condition all that time.

We are in the process of completing a pre-purchase inspection and will post it shortly.

If you have any questions about this 1973 Chrysler Newport Custom Hardtop, please leave a comment below or feel free to call Rudy directly at 877-468-6497.  Thank you for looking and happy bidding!

Here’s the Exterior Photograph Gallery.  Click on a desired picture to expand it and then navigate between all of the other pictures

Here’s the Interior Photograph Gallery.  Click on the desired picture to expand it and then navigate between all of the other pictures.

Here’s the Underhood & Undercarriage Photograph Gallery.  Click on the desired picture to expand it and then navigate between all of the other pictures.

Here’s the Tires & Wheels Photograph Gallery.  Click on the desired picture to expand it and then navigate between all of the other pictures.

Here’s the Vinyl Top & Windows Photograph Gallery.  Click on the desired picture to expand it and then navigate between all of the other pictures.

Here’s the Documentation Photograph Gallery.  Click on the desired picture to expand it and then navigate between all of the other pictures.

9 Comments
  1. mike g

    THAT is a beautiful car!

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    • Guys with Rides

      Mik G, take a look at all of the pictures I took earlier today. The added bonus is this Newport is a factory A/C car!

      Reply
  2. Josh

    Beautiful! Sure wish there had been a 400/4bbl option in ’73.

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    • Guys with Rides

      Josh, we will have the walk-around and driving video posted before the start of this car’s auction on Wednesday, June 1st, but even with just the two-barrel, this Newport has power.

      Reply
  3. Mats

    Hi, great looking car!!
    Could storage for a couple of months be arranged if bidding is successful? Everything prepaid of course.. we would take the car on US road-trip and take it home to Sweden afterwards. Mats crazy Swede

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    • Guys with Rides

      We’re jealous of what a great car this Newport would be to take on a US Road trip! Yes, I think the seller might be open to doing that for you if it is set up properly.

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      • Anonymous

        Hi and Thanks for replik
        Original (first) paintjob? Does it come With clear title?

        Mats

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        • Guys with Rides

          This Chrysler features its original paint. Yes, it has a clear title, as the original owner is selling it!

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  4. Steve

    What a bargain for this beauty (IMHO)!

    Reply

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