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1948 Chrysler Limousine
There is no other acceptable way for a diehard Mopar enthusiast to drive or be driven to shows, tailgating or just to work every day!! This is an absolutely one-of-a-kind '48 Chrysler Windsor Limo that has been made into a streetrod with all Mopar drive train to go with it.
The engine is a built 383ci Chrysler V-8 with 4-barrel Edelbrock carburetor, Sanderson Block Hugger headers, new Complete Russ Francis Wiring Kit, custom exhaust system and running through a 727 3-speed Automatic transmission to a Monte Carlo rear-end to handle the torque and power. The front clip is from a Chevy Nova with Corvette rally wheels on all four corners (18' in the rear & 17? on the front) painted to match the body, and sitting on like-new BF Goodrich radial tires.
The exterior is super straight from hood to trunk with the rear fenders molded into the body. It is painted all over, including the rare sun visor, in PPG DCC Wimbledon White and has new chrome bumpers, tail lights, 7-piece grill & whiskers, windshield wiper bezels, door handles wing windows and more!
The interior has been completely redone with new fabric, carpet, headliner, door panels, trim door rubber, felt and dash paint. It has a Moto Lita wood rimmed steering wheel, VDO gauges, an AM/FM/CD/XM ready 50 watt X 4 head receiver, JBL speakers throughout, 2 10? Pioneer sub-woofers and a Kicker ZR 120 amplifier in the trunk. All that great sound is surrounded by blacked-out "limo tint" while you enjoy beverages from your personal mini-bar. Relax your legs in the true limo set-up or drop down the comfortable jump seats to fit four adults in the back with plenty of room.
Own this absolutely unique and custom 1948 limousine for only $26,900.00 and be the envy of all of your friends!
NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $19,900.00!
This car is located and being represented for a collector in the Seattle, Washington area.