The Chrysler Town and Country convertible occupies a special position in the automobiles history the only wood-bodied convertible built in series on a luxury chassis. Wood as an exterior body material enjoyed a resurgence in the years immediately following World War II expressing the American fascination with suburban estates and enjoying the rich natural grain figure and color of varnished wood. It was an extravagance that harmonized with Americans confidence and prospects. In 1949 Chrysler re-designed its line replacing the wood-bodied Town and Country with a wood-accented steel body with Dinoc mahogany panels making the few full wood-bodied TandCs only about 8400 built from 1946-1948 among the most celebrated collector cars. This 1948 Chrysler Town and Country convertible is all original. The tan and charcoal interior looks amazing in this 48 woody. This 48 town and country comes well equipped with options such as a factory radio. AC, and even a cigarette lighter. The powered top goes up and down with-out a hitch, And the top it self is in excellent condition with the back window being crystal clear. The chrome on this 48 Chrysler, and there is a ton of it, really shines. If you are looking for a true piece of americana your search is over. The 1948 Town & Countrys are becoming extremely hard to find especially ones that are all original such as this one. This 1948 Chrysler Woody can be viewed online at www.gatewayclassiccars.com, or in person at our Louisville showroom. For additional information, or to purchase this one of a kind 1948 Town &Country call one of our professional sales associates at (812) 294-1555 - (812) 294-1055.
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