So Maserati, Chrysler and Mitsubishi all walk in to a bar.....What
happens? The Chrysler TC by Maserati is what happens. It was meant
to be a image builder for Chrysler. They really wanted to be known
as a quality upscale mark and Iacocca thought that the Maserati
name which was actually owned by de Tomaso of the Pantera fame
could help. A friendship was already in the works and TC was born.
It would only be produced fro three years with just over 7,000
being made. It was built on the second generation "Q" body which
was basically a modified "K" platform. It featured a detachable
hard top with opera windows and a fancier interior than the
standard LeBaron in which it was. This particular TC has traveled
less than 60,000 miles from new and is a very rust free example.
However, it is not free of body blemishes such as nicks, scratches
and swirls in the paint. It does have a very nice convertible top
and the interior is in pretty good condition. This TC starts, runs,
shifts and brakes nicely and does not leak or smoke. All lights,
and gauges are also in working order. The engine bay is tidy and
there is a sticker for a new timing belt but it is unreadable and
do not have any futher information on this. The carfax is clean
with no mileage discrepancies.
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1991 Chrysler TC By Maserati
Model:TC by Maserati
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