An exceptional example of early American muscle, this 1957 Chrysler 300C was nicknamed the “Banker’s Hot-Rod” and is one of only 484 made. The jet black paint is perfectly complemented by the tan leather interior and “jet-age” tailfins. Any car named the “banker’s hot-rod” certainly must have some stones under the hood and this ‘57 doesn’t disappoint. Wedged in between the front wheels is a period correct Firepower V8 – a 392 cubic inch HEMI with dual carbs and 375 hp. Drop the top and you can go 150 mph in classic style.