1950 WOODY Chrysler Royal Town & Country Station Wagon

1950 Chrysler Town & Country

Technical specifications of Chrysler Town & Country 1950

Price: US $55,000.00
Condition: Used
Item location: Monroe, Utah, United States
Make: Chrysler
Model: Town & Country
Year: 1950
Mileage: 69835
VIN: 70062061
Color: Beige
Number of cylinders: 6
Transmission: Manual - Fluid Drive
Interior color: Brown
Vehicle Title: Clean
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Car description

1950 CHRYSLER ROYAL TOWN AND COUNTRY 4 DOOR STATION WAGON WOODY This Woody is ready for Summer Car Shows, Woodies on the Wharf in Santa Cruz, and Car Shows in Southern California. It is also great for hitting the beaches in style! By way of background, 1950 was the final year for Chrysler's wood-paneled Town and Country. They had been introduced just after World War II and were immediately successful. The wood portions of the cars were completely hand crafted and assembled. This labor-intensive process was time consuming and had Chrysler struggling to keep up with demand.For 1950, Chrysler's model lineup included the Royal, New Yorker, Saratoga, Windsor, and the Town and Country. Many of the differences between these models lay under the hood, wheelbase or the trim. The top of the line Chrysler, Town and Country, was powered by an eight-cylinder engine while the Royal models were powered by Spitfire L-head inline six-cylinder units. 1950 was also the final year for Chrysler to offer wood bodies, with 599 examples of the Royal being produced during that year.This car is original and is in very good condition. The wood work is original and in great shape. It has traveled 69,829 miles from new and is in good working condition. There have been three owners: the original owner, the restorer and myself. I have owned the vehicle for over 30 years and have taken extra special care of it. There is no rust and no bodyfiller (bondo).This car is one of a very few in existence!Cash payment with local pick up only.

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