- Written by webmin
The last 1948 Chrysler Town and Country we selected as a Hemmings Find of the Day drew some scorn because of the Cadillac engine that had been transplanted under its hood. Fear not, then: This 1948 Chrysler Town and Country still has the Chrysler flathead straight-eight powering that elegant wooden body. However, this one is being advertised as a daily driver, which causes us to ponder: Would you drive any Full Classic such as this one on a daily basis? From the seller’s description:
1948 Chrysler Town & Country C-39 Convertible, extremely rare. Recent and complete engine and transmission rebuild; car runs extremely well. Car has been loved and garaged in New Mexico for the past 35 years. Body and wood are in good condition, and with the complete engine overhaul, this is a fantastic daily driver. Steering is very tight. This is a solid class 3+ vehicle. Everything works on the car with 69,000 original miles.
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