1952 Chrysler Town & Country
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1952 Chrysler Town and Country station wagon, All Original, unrestored. 265 CID, inline 6 cylinder, 3 speed semi automatic fluid drive transmission. Mileage believed to be original. Options include bumper guards, bright rocker trim, tinted glass, full size wheel covers, wide whitewall tires. This is a beautiful unrestored, all original vehicle. Original paint, never been repainted. Beautiful original interior. Door panels original as is all interior wood. No Rust anywhere including sheet metal, floors and frame. It has been in a museum since the 1960s and has always been a Southern car. This car is ready to go and is very road worthy. In 2020, a complete maintenance, mechanical renovation and restoration was completed. This included draining all fluids throughout the car, dropping oil pan and flushing radiator. Brakes serviced and repaired including master cylinder (rebuilt), wheel cylinders (replaced). Fuel tank dropped and cleaned. Carburetor and fuel pump rebuilt. Transmission, clutch inspected, serviced and adjusted. Coolant hoses replaced. Electrical system gone through, repaired, replaced and maintained as necessary. Complete tune up including, plugs, points, wires, condenser, etc. All lights, electrical and gauges work. Original factory radio does not work. The car starts, runs, drives and shifts smoothly. Gaskets and seals replaced throughout as needed. The car has no leaks. While it may be possible to find another one of these cars, finding an unrestored, unmolested original is impossible. This may be the nicest unrestored early Town and Country Windsor station wagon ever to become available.