213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Yes, you really did just discover a survivor-grade 1989 Chrysler Fifth Avenue. This fantastically classic sedan is loaded with options in time capsule condition. So when something this unique is also this affordable, you know there's a lot of attention already on it.
This car really represents some of the last and best of traditional American luxury. These Fifth Avenue sedans had sharply creased body lines that instantly conveyed stature. Black paint is like sporting formalwear. This is believed to be the original factory application, and it has just the right amount of fade for people to understand you have a survivor without ever saying a word. The upper-class feeling continues on the tight-fitting color-matched vinyl half-roof and the tastefully bold red pinstriping. As a true classic American, there's plenty of brightwork on everything including the big bumpers, full rocker trim, and that absolutely distinct wide/tall front end. It really is a complete classic, right down to the wire wheel covers.
The interior has a pure vintage and luxury style, and we love how the exterior's red pinstripe gets your ready for the full red package inside. This Fifth Avenue has averaged a little over 1,300 miles annually, and that kind of less use is really seen on the interior's condition. The red leather upholstery is supple, and the button-top presentation reminds us of a fireside armchair. The wood paneling on the doors and dash show an amazing survivor quality that further heightens the premium atmosphere. The full package is well-preserved and well-presented. In fact, the only replacement piece you may really find is the new headliner. There's plenty of room for family and friends, but the driver is really always going to be king. You have a fold-down armrest for bucket-like comfort, and yours even power adjusts to the ideal position. It's an easy reach to all the best features, like power windows, power locks, cruise control, AM/FM/cassette stereo, and factory air conditioning. The steering wheel is on a tilt column, and it also highlights the car's most unique feature. Chrysler's M-body cars were in production for over a decade, and this was its final year. So you get the convenience of an airbag (the only year it was standard) amongst classic style opulence.
Under the hood is Chrysler's faithful 318 cubic-inch V8. And with a car that has been so authentic thus far, it's believed to be the original powerhouse. This period-correct presentation shows all signs of correct and regular maintenance. That's why the V8 fires up easily, runs well, and drives with the classic big American rear-wheel driver cruiser feeling. A supple ride, three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and discs brakes all make this Chrysler sedan a terrific classic cruiser.
Complete with owner's manual, you already know how hard it is to find a premium and well-kept sedan of this vintage. So you also know it won't stay here long at this value price. Call today!!!
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