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That thing got a hemi? Yep! 1953 Chrysler Town & Country
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That thing got a hemi? Yep! 1953 Chrysler Town & Country

First introduced as a station wagon in 1941, the Town & Country nameplate from Chrysler has become a sought after badge in the collector world. In it's earliest renditions, the T&C featured wood paneling and luxurious interiors available with seating for either six or nine. Following WWII, the badge could be found on other bodies as well, including woodie sedans and convertibles. Starting in 1951, Town & Country chrome once again found its way onto wagons only. This 1953 Chrysler Town & Country hails from that era and is for sale on Craigslist near Syracuse. It can be yours for $9,995. Did we mention it has a hemi? First generation Hemi V8 Chrysler introduced its first production V8, a 331 cubic inch model, in 1951 in the Town & Country. While marketed a...

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