Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is pleased to present, on
consignment, this unique 1990 Chrysler TC by Maserati! Lee Iacocca,
who was the head of Chrysler at the time, wanted to compete with
Mercedes in the roadster category in an effort to overcome their
blue-collar image. So they collaborated with Alejandro De Tomaso
(owner of Maserati) on the TC roadster. At its inception the 1989
TC used a slightly detuned 2.2 liter turbocharged inline 4 cylinder
out of a Dodge Daytona. For the 1990 and 1991 models they switched
to a Mitsubishi sourced 3.0 liter V6 and 4 speed automatic
transmission. There are many resemblances to a LeBaron but even on
a good day, a LeBaron would arguably never look this good. Finished
in a black exterior with a luxurious tan leather interior, the wood
and chrome accents make this car a stunner. This car has 73,140
miles on the odometer and has been well cared for. Further luxuries
come by way of AM/FM Cassette Radio with Infinity sound, power
windows, power locks, power seats, power mirrors, air conditioning,
both hard and soft cloth lined convertible top, power steering and
power brakes. A touch of flare comes by way of 15x6 � ADR Design
aluminum wheels wrapped in 215/60/R15 BF Goodrich Traction T/A
tires. Call today to make this gem part of your collection!
1990 Chrysler TC By Maserati
Model:TC by Maserati
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