Chrysler introduced the 300H on February 18, 1970. Designed in conjunction with Hurst Performance Corporation, the letter “H” refers to Hurst. While the 1970 Chrysler 300-Hurst was not a return of the letter-series 300s, it was a limited edition non-letter high performance 300 modified by Hurst.
Features included a special white and gold paint scheme special road wheels, wider-than-stock tires, the 375-hp TNT version of Chrysler’s big-block 440 V-8, heavy-duty suspension, and, a Torque Flite automatic. On the outside a fiberglass hood and trunk lid and custom rear spoiler. Less than 500 1970 Chrysler 300-Hurst’s were produced in 1970 including at least one convertible.
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