It’s the real deal and then some: a custom 1946 Chrysler Town & Country woody convertible. For 4 years only (1946-49), the wood and the name were applied to a gorgeous, expensive top-of-the-line convertible. (For most of the 75 years from 1941 to 2016, the T&C name appeared on more prosaic vehicles, like station wagons and minivans.) In the manner of the iconic ’41 Chrysler Thunderbolt dreamcar and the very rare less-than-half-year-only ’42 DeSoto, this full-classic has its headlights hidden and looks fantastic on the La Jolla cliffside. The family relishes the breeze and amazing view of the Pacific. Image is available in a limited edition of 23 on ready-to-hang stretched canvas. Get one with a low-numbered, signed Certificate of Authenticity now.
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