We are pleased to offer this 1948 Chrysler Town & Country for consideration. The “woodie” convertible is a rare find, and especially rare in such excellent condition. This car is a symbol of the post WWII boom where suburban living and extravagance are on full display with elegant vehicles like this were in high demand. The Town & Country is powered by a 135 horsepower Flathead inline 8, the Chrysler New Yorker's 323, paired with the manual, fluid drive, transmission. The car runs well, and has a new top to enjoy a cruise with the top up or down. These cars were only produced from 1946 to 1949.
The current owner of this car is the third owner and has owned for 10 years. The car has lived in Illinois and also California. The car has had the chrome re done and it looks excellent. The carpet is also new. The car remains in its original 6 volt system and starts right up. The wood remains in excellent condition and has a high gloss finish to it. Highlights include AM radio, clock, wide white wall tires, full size spare tire, jack and a spotlight. These cars are a great investment and a blast to drive. Don't miss your opportunity to own this one.