This fully restored vintage cruiser just finished a 1,000-mile CCCA CARavan shakedown!
From pre-war station wagons to modern-era minivans, the Chrysler Town & Country name has spent most of its years associated with family-style vehicles covered in beautiful wood trim. This 1948 Chrysler Town & Country convertible is a timeless example of the nameplate's beauty, and it's looking for a new home. Fresh off a recent 1,000-mile CCCA CARavan, this Town & Country is currently listed for sale by a private party through the Classic Car Club of America for $109,000.
Chrysler only built 8,368 Town & Country convertibles in 1948, but it's hard to imagine that many exist in better condition than this one. This car underwent a body-off restoration resulting in the high-quality vintage cruiser you see here. The gorgeous Noel Green exterior paint is complemented by the rich, glossy wood paneling, while the brand-new tan fabric top, wide white wall tires and the flawless chrome work shows the attention to detail this car was given. Inside, there's a mix of Highlander plaid throughout the cabin with a beautiful green leather accenting the front and rear seats.
The 1948 Chrysler Town & Country is powered by a 250 CID inline-six making it an excellent cruiser, and that's exactly what this car can offer its next owner. According to the listing, this Chrysler recently took part in the 1,000-mile CCCA CARavan that occurred in the Pacific Northwest. The seller says that the Chrysler had no problems on the drive from Washington to western Canada, and it definitely managed the trip in vintage style!
Gallery: Cruise Vintage Style In This 1948 Chrysler Town & Country
If you're looking to dive head first into the world of vintage motoring, the classified listing on the CCCA's website should be your first stop. This 1948 Chrysler Town & Country convertible is one of almost two dozen amazing vintage cars listed for sale through the CCCA.