The Chrysler Windsor was a step up from the Chrysler Royal with Windsor later being replaced with just Chrysler 300. Originally coming out in 1939 as the junior model to its big brother the Chrysler New Yorker it offered sealed beam headlights, independent front suspension big 11” brake drums and X girder like framing. This 1940 Chrysler Windsor Business Man’s Coupe is actually a 1941 Model that was originally purchased in 1940 and has been titled as a 1940 since 1940. Only 69,729 original miles on this unmolested beauty shows it’s been very well cared for and maintained over the past 76 years. The 241 cubic inch inline flat head 6 cylinder purrs only the way a flat head can with torque and reliability to match. The fluid drive transmission shifts the way it should and handles the flat head with ease. The trunk is accessible from behind the front seat via a hidden door. The trunk itself is gigantic as clearly defined by the size of the trunk lid. The blue exterior shines nicely and compliments the 2-tone blue and ivory interior. It’s not often you find a business coupe in good original condition, it’s less often you find a Chrysler business coupe and even rarer to find a 3 window version! And isn’t that part of what we find so intriguing about our car desires? The unique conversation starting and styling that catches our eye and attention. Something we can enjoy aesthetically as well as in discussion when it draws the likes of others over to us. The canvas that is this unique and rare 1940 Chrysler Business Coupe could be a hell of a hot rod for the modifier. The length gives just the right footprint for a full redo with air ride and custom interior. Or research this to the letter and restore to concourse. Whatever your choice you are already came in under budget and ahead of schedule thanks to the 3 previous owners. Don’t hesitate, this won’t last and at that price you could easily throw a bow on the front and put in the driveway for Christmas – tell her Santa brought it.