The Windsor model line was a step forward in Chryslers interpretation of the envelope bodied car. The plump fenders and scalloped hood mouldin lines were contrasted by a robust horizontally spanning front grille. Chrysler was earning a reputation for its distinct designs and the pre-war Windsor was arguably one of the automakers best. The interior was fitted with a handsome woodgrain dash and relatively generous interior space for passengers. In later years the Windsor would borrow some elements from the more upscale styling of the Town Country, but loose some of its character to the odd-looking ldquo;Harmonica rdquo; grille present on the post-war models.The Windsor shown here absolutely beams with vintage 1940s charm. Ivory paint and exterior chrome are in very good condition. Paint looks especially bright and clean. This car enjoyed a recent restoration complete with all-new upholstery work. The stock motor appears well maintained and this Windsor is a pleasure to drive. The woodgrain dash is the star of the interior, featuring loads of articulate chrome detail, gorgeous blonde wood trim, and gorgeous pearl-sheen veneer instrument gauges. Upholstery is like new with virtually no wear, and the material is a modern synthetic blend fabric thats far more durable than the original without compromising one bit of its original look and feel. This is a fun mid-sized road cruiser thats perfect for the first-time buyer or the vintage Chrysler enthusiast. Youtube video available upon request. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information.
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