1946→1948 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible


1946→1948 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible

1946→1948 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible

With it’s vibrant woodwork, the Town & Country was one of the most distinctive cars of the post-war era. It had an extensive use of white ash and mahogany wood panels with a contrasting frame.

At the time Chrysler described it as “perfect background for those to whom distinction comes naturally. There’s an air about this glorious convertible – a whisper of country clubs and moonlight rides.”

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In Detail

type Series Production Car
production years 1946 – 1948
built at USA
engine Spitfire Inline-8 w/L-Head
position Front, Longitudinal
fuel feed Single Stromberg Carburetor
displacement 5309 cc / 324 in³
power 100.7 kw / 135 bhp @ 3400 rpm
specific output 25.43 bhp per litre
f suspension Independent w/Coil Springs, Shock Absorber
r suspension Live Axle w/Leaf Springs
wheelbase 3086.1 mm / 121.5 in
transmission 3-Speed Fluid-Drive Semi-Automatic