Chrysler CEO Lee Iacocca developed a relationship with the head of
Maserati, Alejandro de Tomaso, in the mid-eighties and Chrysler
invested in the Maserati brand. The 'Chrysler TC by Maserati' was a
joint effort by the two companies. It was built on a modified Gen2
K-platform and manufactured in Milan, Italy, A total of 7,300 units
were built from the 1988 through 1991 model years. Our all-original
3-owner1990 Chrysler TC convertible is a very nice example of this
rare Chrysler offering. The factory Red finish and manual
convertible top w/fiberglass tonneau are in very good condition.
The black leather interior is also in overall very good condition
showing only minor wear. Standard equipment includes: A/C, cruise,
power tinted windows, power seats/locks, burl wood accents,
leather-wrapped tilt wheel and AM/FM sound system. This TC is
powered by a Mitsubishi-sourced 3.0L SOHC V-6. Output was rated at
140hp and power is delivered to the front wheels by a four-speed OD
automatic transaxle. The chassis is equipped with power rack/pinion
steering, 4-wheel power disc brakes and 15" factory alloys that
mount nearly new Firestone Firehawk performance radials. This
original Chrysler TC convertible will not be here long. Come take a
closer look at this beautiful Chrysler/Maserati. ALL VEHICLES SOLD
1990 Chrysler TC By Maserati
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Model:TC by Maserati
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