Original wood. Rust free. Original color Gunmetal Grey repaint. Replacement green convertible top, boot, and cloth interior trim. Equipped with factory original dual spot & fog lamps and out side rear view mirrors. Recent maintenance & repairs: 08-2016 Repaired radio & replace gas cap, 07-2016 Oil & filter change & lubrication, new battery, replace hood release cable and adjust. 10-2014 Clutch disc replaced and torque convertor rebuilt to correct grease leakage onto clutch. 05-2014 rebuild water pump and R&R radiator and clean and flow test. Replace fan belt and hoses. Drives out beautifully and O/D functional and smooth. Additional Keys, Cloth Seats, Fog Lights, Spare Tire
Carlisle’s Spring sale includes ‘rare’ 1972 Chrysler Town & Country
Built during a time when styling drove the industry, the Pick of the Day, a 1950 Chrysler Town & Country, comes adorned with decorative wood paneling.
The 1950 Town & Country Newport coupe was the swan song for Chrysler’s wonderful wood-sided luxury cars.
Picture yourself driving along the countryside on your way to the Hamptons for the weekend in a glamorous car.
Our 1942 Chrysler Town & Country is one of the very last civilian vehicles produced in late January, 1942. It came off the assembly line one month after Pearl Harbor.
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