Low Production: 1939 Chrysler Royal Windsor

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With sharp styling and a low number of production units, this 1939 Chrysler Royal Windsor is a rare. The styling is fantastic, and the condition is pretty nice too. Likely priced at $15,000 this Chrysler is too cool not to share. Find it here on craigslist out of Denver, Colorado.

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The interior on this Chrysler is beautiful. The seller mentions that this Chrysler has a new interior as well as paint. The dash, and steering wheel look prefect, the seats and door panels look the part as well. This is such a unique and interesting Chrysler. It has a strong art deco feel and this Chrysler has a strong resemblance to a Graham Hollywood, which was based off of the Cord 810. The exterior on this Chrysler looks acceptable, but the new paint doesn’t look the best. It is difficult to tell from the photos, but it looks like there are some issues with the paint in a couple of spots. The bumpers are a little iffy as well, but they look suitable, and perhaps would shine up better than their current condition.

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Some may not be as in love with this Chrysler due to its extra doors, but this Royal Windsor is truly a rare and unique beauty. How many of you have ever seen one of these before? Would you bring home this cool Chrysler?

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Comments

  1. John H. in CT

    Brian, you are spot on. I’ve not seen one and resemblance to Graham is there. So, if it needs some paint and rechrome, maybe $5K more for such a neat ride. This one is about uniqueness vs. investment.

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  2. Mitch

    In cars of this vintage, how in the name of that is holy, could anyone have a problem with the fact that “it has 4 doors?”

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    • Oingo

      And they are sui doors to boot!

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    • Brian Birkner Brian Staff

      I agree with you Mitch, but for the few that may be aware of this model, there is a beautiful coupe version of this car. Personally I prefer the sedan, but the Coupe has a lot going for it as well.

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  3. Andy

    You can’t have rear suicide doors if you don’t have rear doors. No shame in this 4-door’s game! Why does this keep coming up?

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  4. Jeffro

    As a father with a wife and kids…I welcome the extra doors. Beautiful lines. Awesome styling.

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  5. wuzjeepnowsaab

    Wow. Beautiful car…right in my ‘hood as well. This is all kinds of cool

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  6. Wayne

    I can never understand how you yanks don’t like 4 doors and automatic transmission. 2 door cars are so impractical and look out of proportion, with a long trunk and hood and a small cabin area. Some look akin to a pimple on a pumpkin.

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  7. Jim Mc

    Wow! That’s a beautiful automobile! I looked up other images of a ’39 Royal Windsor online and the four-door sedan seems better proportioned than the coupe. But this is even prettier than the other ones in the pics, I think it’s the color and the whitewalls. And the interior, too. If I had a winning lottery ticket this would be mine.
    I also agree with the Willys-Graham influence, someone at Chrysler must have liked the shark-nose.

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  8. ccrvtt

    “Willing to trade for a tow truck”??? Too funny…

    Just noticed the great headlights and the smooth taillights. Wonderful details, great find.

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  9. bcavileer

    1939 Dodge. 4 door body is very comfortable. Love mine, they are truly great cars.

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  10. Joe Muzy

    I agree with the commen’s above. On this car the suicide doors make it.

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  12. Charles

    I knew a guy who had a 1939 Dodge, similar to the one pictured above. His was black, in excellent condition, ran great. He moved to Connecticut, lost track of him over the years, don’t know what happen to him or the car!

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  13. Curt

    My first car was a brown 4dr 39 Chrysler that my Dad brought home, without explanation, from the golf course in ’49 when I was 15. He parked it behind the house and told me it was mine when I got my DL. That was my great until my girlfriend knocked down a fender, so it got parked back there again.
    When you are a teen, and a car nut, from ’47 thru ’54, you realize how lucky you are to have enjoyed that era.

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