Chrysler

Hemi Wagon: 1958 Chrysler New Yorker Town & Country

Really promising project cars seem to be appearing thick and fast here at Barn Finds at present, and this looks like it could be a great one for all of our Mopar enthusiasts out there. This 1958 Chrysler New… more»

A Whole Lotta Coupe: 1948 Chrysler Windsor Coupe

When K. T. Keller took over Chrysler after the passing of the company’s founder, he made it clear that styling was to be conservative.  He insisted that a man should be able to comfortably wear a hat in a… more»

READER AD: 1950 Chrysler Windsor Newport

In 1950, you had a lot of options for a new car, but if you wanted a two-door hardtop with lots of standard features the Chrysler Windsor Newport was likely to be at the top of your list. They… more»

Spotlessly Clean: 1950 Chrysler Windsor Newport

If you parked this green 1950 Chrysler Windsor Newport in your driveway, it would probably be enough to turn your neighbors green with envy. It is a beautifully presented car that I think most classic car enthusiasts would like… more»

1 of 500: 1989 Chrysler TC 5-Speed

This 1989 Chrysler TC by Maserati convertible may look like a repeat of the one we featured last week, but the two cars are actually quite different. Barn Finds reader James H. flagged this example because it’s one of… more»

36k Genuine Miles: 1987 Chrysler Conquest TSI

This 1987 Chrysler Conquest TSI has a lot of things going for it. The first is that it has only ever had one elderly female owner. The second is that it is completely original and unmodified. The third is… more»

Cross-Ram Mystery: 1964 Chrysler 300K

When the Chrysler 300K came to the market in 1964, a number of specification changes saw the car offered with a price drop of more than 20% when compared to the previous 300J. The result of this price reduction… more»

Sweet Survivor: 1984 Chrysler LeBaron T&C Convertible

Is it just me or are wood-paneled cars making a comeback? It does seem that vehicles, like this 1984 Chrysler LeBaron Mark Cross Town and Country Convertible are increasing in popularity lately, but maybe that’s just because Jo(h)n Voight… more»

Last of the Fab Fins! 1961 New Yorker Coupe

The silver steel wheels, massive fins, and rake of this 1961 Chrysler New Yorker in Tarzana, California give it a ’70s or ’80s High School vibe that’s hard to ignore. It’s like the Chrysler version of Ron Howard’s ’58… more»

65k Genuine Miles: 1983 Imperial

The late Lee Iacocca has often been credited with being the “father of the Mustang,” but his true strength lay in his ability to extract maximum financial benefits from a product for minimal cost. Nowhere was this more apparent… more»

Barn Find Wagon! 1966 Chrysler Town and Country

Wagons are hot! Add to that: one owner + original paint + 68K miles + barn find and you’ve got the recipe for an amazing car. This one is a 1966 Chrysler Town & Country and can be found… more»

1-of-500: 1970 Chrysler 300 Hurst

The full-sized muscle car segment was very much a niche market during the 1960s and into 1970, and it spawned cars like the Impala SS and the Pontiac Grand Prix. The biggest of the bunch was the Chrysler 300… more»

Stunning Survivor: 1966 Chrysler Town & Country

This 1966 Chrysler Town & Country wagon has recently left long-term barn storage, discovered with under 70,000 original miles and minimal rust. The wagon cleans up incredibly well and has kept a tight radius after being sold new in… more»

Cheap 9-Seater! ’62 Chrysler Town and Country

With its sporty 300-like grille, four-door hardtop greenhouse, and (new for ’62) lack of fins, the Chrysler Newport offered high style for high rollers. This 1962 Chrysler Newport Town and Country (station wagon) in Thomaston, Connecticut appears to retain… more»

One Owner Classic: 1963 Chrysler Newport

This 1963 Chrysler Newport is a one-owner vehicle that has been parked for the past 25-years. It appears to be a fairly solid and clean car, but after so many years of inactivity, it will need to be revived… more»

Green on Green: Low-Mile 1981 Chrysler Imperial

There’s an online community of enthusiasts known as Malaise Motors, which is a celebration of sorts for vehicles manufactured from 1972 to 1992. Though their website describes the era as a time where insurance, safety, and emissions agencies “managed… more»