THE ULTIMATE SURVIVOR
There is a saying in the classic car community, "You can restore a vehicle a hundred times but it is only original once!"
This rare 1947 Chrysler Town and Country convertible is as near to original as you can get. The original paint is very nice but has some flaws. The chrome and stainless are very presentable for their age. The interior is maroon leather and cord with the leather slightly tattered but is captured in clear plastic covers to preserves it's originality. The dash is immaculate with all lights, cigaret lighter and gauges working. The original engine has been completely rebuilt. The fluid drive transmission has been completely serviced and can be driven as a stick or an automatic. It still sports the original electric power top but the fabric needs repair. This Chrysler is a dream to drive and cruises down the highway at freeway speeds. The original wood is nearly flawless with original varnish showing that great patina that everyone looks for. The options include: A working heater, spot light, wide white wall tires and clock.
You may buy a restored 1947 Chrysler Town and Country convertible at any time, but you will search forever to find a survivor in this nice of condition.
Come see and drive this "ULTIMATE SURVIVOR" at our sunny Southern California showroom today.
Priced fairly at $79,500.00