Chrysler Town & Country Woodie Convertible. The finger-jointed white ash framing fits beautifully like furniture. This is a California car and has no rust. The engine is a "straight-eight" big block that's been fully remanufactured. It's a semi-automatic 4-speed fluid drive transmission. It has wire wheels and dual exhaust. Factory installed dual spotlights and fog lamps. The exterior color is heather green, more commonly found on Chrysler's in 1942/1946/1947/1948. The convertible top is tan, while the interior features the original colors of the car (maroon & tan) and works beautifully with the exterior. Camarillo, CA - one hour north of Los Angeles.
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