Town and Country

Muscle Wagon: 1966 Chrysler Town & Country 440

Classic Station Wagons often force owners to compromise between practicality and performance. However, this 1966 Chrysler Town and Country is an uncompromising Muscle Wagon. Its original 440ci V8 provides plenty of power for the driver, while the third-row seating… more»

Surf’s Up! 1962 Chrysler Town And Country

This 1962 Chrysler New Yorker Town and Country station wagon looks like a cross between a Good & Plenty and a Pink Panther ride. The seller suggests that this Granada Hills, California resident is a rare surf wagon –… more»

Latter-Day Woodie: 1988 Chrysler Town and Country

The Town & Country was Chrysler’s top-of-the-line station wagon from 1940 until 1988. It began as a true wood-bodied wagon before World War II, and ended as a front-wheel-drive K-Car variant in the late 1980s (it was a minivan… more»

1 of 793: 1962 Chrysler Town and Country

In the 1960s, the Chrysler New Yorker Town & Country was akin to the Ford LTD Country Squire, but without the woodgrain side paneling. They were huge station wagons and came in a 4-door hardtop configuration for much of… more»

Faded Glory: 1947 Chrysler Town and Country Sedan

When I look at these photographs, it makes me a bit sad because I can imagine what this beauty looked like sparkling new. But the photos also intrigue me and creep me out a little bit as well. I’ve… more»

Drop-Top Woody: 1984 Chrysler LeBaron Town & Country

The 1976 Cadillac Eldorado was the last convertible made by the “Big Three” U.S. automakers. That is until the genre begin to make a comeback a few years later and the Chrysler LeBaron Town & Country led the way…. more»

Woody Soft-Top: 1949 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible

The owner of this 1949 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible is relisting it due to a misunderstanding by a winning bidder. That individual believed that he had purchased a show-quality classic. While the photos show this to be a… more»

32k Mile Survivor: 1969 Chrysler Town and Country

The Town & Country is mostly remembered for being a large station wagon, but it has also popped up as a 4-door sedan, 2-door hardtop, convertible, and a mini-van. And, in most cases, the T&C had real or imitation… more»

1948 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible

Update 11/7/20 – The seller of this cool woodie convertible has lowered their asking price by $5k. Find it here on eBay. From 10/16/20 – Finding a classic car that has belonged to the same family since new is… more»

Stored 30 Years: 1973 Chrysler Town & Country

  Ships ahoy, matey! Welcome aboard the land yacht that was the 1973 Chrysler Town & Country station wagon. This was perhaps the biggest family hauler on the market because it’s largely based on the Chrysler New Yorker. Like… more»

440-Equipped: 1969 Chrysler Town & Country Wagon

How times change. It doesn’t seem to have been that many years ago that you only owned a station wagon if you had no other choice in life. Wind forward those few years, and now classic station wagons are… more»

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»

Movie Star? 1956 Chrysler New Yorker Town & Country

Calling all automotive sleuths, this is one for you to consider, and to maybe unravel a mystery. This 1956 Chrysler New Yorker Town and Country may have a movie link, but there is no documentary evidence to back the… more»

Sitting Since 1969: 1947 Chrysler Town and Country

The Chrysler Town & Country 4-Door Sedan earns itself a place in history because it was only in production for 3-years. This 1947 example is from the second of those years, and while it has been sitting unused for… more»

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