Better yet: ’66 Chrysler Town & Country
We run the risk of being accused a Chrysler Town & Country shill. We are not. We just love big American Wagons and lately, they all seem to be a Chrysler T&C. We had an Edsel a few weeks ago but they are really like cartoon characters but a nice T & C is pure luxury. You may remember that Chrysler hired Elwood Engel away from Ford and made him their chief stylist.
Elwood designed the classic 60s Lincolns with the slab sides and suicide doors. He helped create some of the most impressive designs for Chrysler and Imperial during his tenure. Today’s offering is a real find. It is a 1966 Chrysler Town & Country 6-Passenger Wagon – a stunning survivor with 80,000 one owner miles. The wagon was babied by the single owner with records through the decades to show his dedication and meticulous care lavished on his prized possession. He wrote a letter to Chrysler management telling them how impressed he was with his new purchase. It is loaded too. Power steering, Torqueflite automatic transmission, 6 way power bucket seats, power disc brakes, A/C, Automatic, fender skirts, roof rack, tinted glass, day/night mirror, 383 CU. IN. with a 4 barrel carburetor, Goldtone AM radio, electric tailgate window lift for starters. This car runs and drives excellent and is in very clean “show condition”. Always a Seattle car and never rusty, this is the way you want to buy a car. Bid now on eBay by clicking here.