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1952 Chrysler Saratoga news, pictures, specifications, and information
The 1952 Chrysler Saratoga was similar to the 1951 model year. The most visual change was to the tail lamp design that had an integral back-up lamp. There were several body styles to select from, including a club coupe, a sedan and a long wheelbase sedan, and a town and country wagon. In total, 45,500 examples were produced (1951 and 1952 combined totals as Chrysler did not provide breakouts). Power was from an overhead V8 engine with hemispherical combustion chamber that displaced 331.1 cubic-inches and offered 180 horsepower. Pricing ranged from $3,180 for the club coupe to $4,180 for the long wheelbase sedan.
By Daniel Vaughan | Oct 2011
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