- Written by webmin
A little over a month ago, an example of the absolute zenith of Chrysler division station wagon development appeared in green here at Hemmings Find of the Day. Choice is good. Yet another Iowa-class Chrysler station wagon has appeared. This 1972 Chrysler Town and Country C-body station wagon has acres of original brown paint, vinyl, carpeting, and enough genuine simulated wood for the production of at least three K-Car based turbocharged 1980s Town & Country wagons. This flagship of the Mopar fleet of packs a big block 440 engine for ultimate power in a more than luxurious package. Either someone in command of the clandestine American station wagon mothball fleet deep under the ground at NORAD is recommissioning a few of these wagons at top secret intervals, or this is a second example in as many months of an emerging trend of well-preserved 1970s-era station wagon discovery.
From the seller’s description:
California car. All original including paint! Powered by a 440 V8 and equipped with many options including automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, factory air conditioning, power door locks, tilt/telescopic steering wheel, cruise control, rare dual power seats, am/fm stereo, luggage rack and Chrysler road wheels. This vintage wagon drives great and has lots of power! The original owners manual, warranty book and build sheet are included.
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