Chrysler Town Country Town & Country Woody 1948 Chrysler Chrysler Town & Country Woody Convertible 1948
General description :
All the dirty work is done on this 1948 Chrysler Town & Country Woody Convertible. The wood has survived,and been restored to it's original lustre. The engine has been professionally rebuilt and runs excellent. The drivetrain has been gone through, and all the brake components have been replaced. You can be the third owner of this original 1948 Town & Country Woody Convertible, and finish it off to show quality perfection, or just safely, and reliably drive it. The original paint, chrome, and brightwork show a patina fitting for the age of the vehicle. The interior is original. A Chrysler Town & Country Woody Convertible can fetch over $100K if done correctly. This is very presentable example of a very rare car that can be taken to the next level, or turn heads as is. If an inaccurate automobile price is inadvertently listed on this Website, Ellingson Motorcars LLC reserves the right to NOT honor the erroneous price. For more information and a current list of vehicles, call Scott Ellingson @ 763-428-7337.
1948 Chrysler Town Country Town & Country Woody 1948 Chrysler Chrysler Town & Country Woody Convertible is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Bellevue by Specialty Vehicle Dealers Association Member for $59950.
Car type : CarMake : ChryslerModel : Town CountryModel Version : Town & Country Woody 1948 Chrysler Chrysler Town & Country Woody ConvertibleEngine size : 0.0Model Year : 1948Sub type : ConvertibleLocation : 13710 NE 20th Street Bellevue, WA 98005Vehicle Registration : Undefined
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The Chrysler Corporation, one of the "big three" was founded by Walter Chrysler in 1925
Apart from artdeco(isque), airflow and airstream models, Chrysler's early years may lack lustre in design terms but not in technical. Their list of early automotive "firsts" includes Floating Power i.e. Rubber engine mounts, replaceable oil filters, downdraft carburetor, and four-wheel hydraulic brakes.
Things were to change after the war, Exner revived Chrysler production car design with the sleek, sculptured Forward Look designs of 1955 that transformed the product line overnight. The flagship in 1955, Chrysler 300, came with HEMI power. The 300, arguably the first muscle car, became a legend on and off the race track and set records throughout the 1950s, The Legend of Hemi was born.
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