1947 Chrysler Windsor Series CONVERTIBLE 4.1L

Sale price: $35000,00 make an offer

Technical specifications

Fuel Type:Gasoline
Transmission:stick shift
Interior Color:Tan
Engine:4.1L 4114CC 251Cu. In. l6 GAS L-HEAD Naturally Aspirated
Number of Cylinders:6
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Up for sale is a true masterpiece, 1947 Chrysler Windsor with ONLY 2295 ORIGINAL MILES!!! This vehicle was kept in storage for over 20 years, when i bought it it would start and run only thing wrong was the paint job it was in a very bad condition, flakes and cracks everywhere. after a half year restoration this is the result. Every single panel on the vehicle was stripped down to the metal and restored. the vehicle was painted and restored at Alchemy Auto Painting In Corona, CA and DOES have a lifetime warranty on the paint job with them. EVERY SINGLE chrome on this vehicle was sent to the chrome shop for re-crome. this vehicle is complete nothing is missing. complete exterior refinish (its original color) interior was never touched it is still in EXCELLENT condition. still has original dealer tags and spare. this vehicle does run and drive. starts up like a champ. wont find another one like it. if any questions, or if you would like to come see the vehicle in person give me a call @ 909-333-8077 ask for Manny. i can put the car up on a lift for inspection. happy bidding and thank you very much for your interest!
It’s no secret that in the days following World War II, automakers could put just about anything on four wheels and it would sell. Many just used re-hashed pre-war designs in the first few years, but those with more modern machinery prospered. Perhaps that’s why Chrysler’s lineup was so successful, as it blended handsome styling with bulletproof reliability and a few innovative features that delighted the car-buying public. From the base Royal to the upscale Windsor and including the top-of-the-line New Yorker, these were handsome cars that offered superior handling and braking and competitive performance, all at a very reasonable price. And at the time, Chrysler’s quality was extremely impressive, with cars that weren’t engineered down to a price, but rather built to be as good as possible with a strong emphasis on pushing technology ahead.
This 1948 Chrysler Windsor convertible offers a lot of charm in a reasonably-sized package. As the middle child of Chrysler’s 1948 lineup, it benefitted from the legendary durability of Chrysler’s inline-six engines and the upscale styling of big brother New Yorker. As a result, it’s stylish and imposing without being ponderous. The shape is typical 1940s rounded, with generous curves in all the right places and it’s instantly recognizable as a Chrysler at a glance. From the eggcrate grille to the softly integrated fenders, it has a pleasant, all-of-a-piece look that will never go out of style and will always attract attention.

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