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
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.
We scouted the Spring Nationals for the newcomers, cars in the recently expanded eligibility age range
Book chronicles the diverse drives of CSX2000, 2001 and 2002
Only 3,000 of the 808-horsepower cars were produced
Examples of the two grand touring cars are on display a the Techno Classico show in Essen, Germany