This 1948 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible Coupe wears an older, high-quality restoration which still shows well in modern times. It is painted in the factory correct Noel Green and has a newer tan convertible top, chrome, and wooden bodywork. There are dual side-view mirrors, dual spotlights, front and rear bumper guards, and period correct wide whitewall tires mounted on steel wheels.
The interior of this car is green leather and Bedford cord upholstery with tan Wilton wool carpeting. It was well equipped with AM radio, a clock and a heater. There is a three spoke steering wheel and the original 'Spitfire' eight-cylinder engine mated to a Fluid-Drive transmission.
In 2008, this car was brought to the 2nd Annual Vintage Motor Cars of Hershey presented by RM Auctions where it was estimated to sell for $120,000-$160,000. Those estimates were proven accurate as a high bid of $154,000 including buyer's premium was enough to secure new ownership. The lot was sold.