Chrysler 1947

USA

New Yorker
Royal
Saratoga
Windsor
Imperial


Windsor

Imperial  
 Crown 4 Door Limousine  
 Crown 4 Door Sedan 7 Psgr
NEW YORKER  
 2 Door Club Coupé 6 Psgr
 2 Door Convertible
 2 Door Coupé 3 Psgr
 2 Door Sedan
 4 Door Sedan
 Town & Country 2 Door Convertible
ROYAL
 2 Door Club Coupé 6 Psgr
 2 Door Coupé 3 Psgr
 2 Door Sedan Brougham
 4 Door Limousine
 4 Door Sedan
 4 Door Sedan (LWB)
SARATOGA
 2 Door Club Coupé
 2 Door Coupé 6 Psgr
 2 Door Sedan
 4 Door Sedan
WINDSOR
 2 Door Club Coupé 6 Psgr
 2 Door Convertible
 2 Door Coupé 3 Psgr
 2 Door Sedan Brougham
 4 Door Limousine
 4 Door Sedan
 4 Door Sedan (LWB)
 Town & Country 4 Door Sedan
 Traveler 4 Door Sedan


Sedan


Luxury Brougham


Convertible Coupé


Town & Country Sedan


Town & Country Convertible Coupé

 


Town & Country Custom Club Coupé

One of the most striking designs on the road today is the Chrysler Town and Country four door, six passenger sedan. Pioneers in this form of styling, the Chrysler Corporation first introduced the Town and Country model in 1941, in the form of a station wagon that was revolutionary in design, combining station wagon utility with smart flowing lines. Like its predecessor, the Town and Country Sedan features body work of ornamental natural colored wood, and is built on a standard Chrysler chassis. The body members are of heavy white ash with mahogany panels on plymetal plates. These members are of such substantial size, that their structural strength is fully as great as in a steel body. The front end of the Town and Country line as for back as the windshield is identical to the steel-bodied cars of the Chrysler line. Aft of this however, its paneled wood body gives it an appearance uniquely its own. The sweeping line of the front fenders are carried into the paneling of the front door, blending gracefully into the body contour just for. ward of the other pillar. The chrome luggage rack atop the sedan's all-stool metal roof adds a smart as well as practical touch to this popular new member of the Chrysler family.
(Road & Track)


Imperial


Imperial Crown Sedan