Chrysler Town & Country

Chrysler Town & Country
1949 Chrysler Town & Country
Produced: 993
Original Price: $3,760
Average Auction Sale: $77,296
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Chrysler Town and Country
1948 Chrysler Town and Country
Produced: 12,366
Original Price: $2,450 - $3,415
Average Auction Sale: $105,575
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Chrysler Town and Country
1947 Chrysler Town and Country
Produced: 5,787
Original Price: $2,365
Average Auction Sale: $100,150
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Chrysler Town & Country
1946 Chrysler Town & Country
Original Price: $2,365 - $2,722
Average Auction Sale: $107,426
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Chrysler Windsor Town and Country
1942 Chrysler Windsor Town and Country
Original Price: $1,395
Average Auction Sale: $255,750
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Chrysler Town and Country
1941 Chrysler Town and Country
Original Price: $2,950
Average Auction Sale: $248,613
Chassis Profiles
Produced only from 1941 through 1950, the first woodie wagon with an all-steel roof was designated the Town & Country. This 4-door sedan luxury vehicle was built for either city or estate transportation, and was available for 6 or 9 passenger versions.

Due to World War II, production of the Town & Country was halted in December, 1941. A mere 1,000 models were produced during 1941 and 1942. In 1942 the sheet metal was updated, and the design of woodie remained similar to its previous look.

Following the war, the new wave of Town & Country woodies were produced in much larger numbers as coupes, convertibles, sedans. The first production hardtops ever produced by any manufacture, seven 2-door hardtops were also manufactured by Chrysler. The final Town & Country woodie models were produced only as 2-door hardtops only for the last year.

In the last year of its production, a box type woodie station wagon was offered by both Chrysler and Desoto. Plymouth and Dodge also released box type woodie wagon throughout the 1930's and 1940's. In 1950, production of the original Town & Country was ended.

By Jessica Donaldson

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