CHRYSLER'S UPSCALE EARLY-1950S STATION WAGON
PREVIOUSLY PART OF THE FAMED WILLIAM HARRAH COLLECTION
REFINISHED IN ORIGINAL PEBBLE BEIGE AND TOPAZ TAN COLOR COMBINATION
STRIKING TWO-TONE LEATHER AND SUEDE UPHOLSTERY
METICULOUSLY RESTORED 331 HEMI V-8/POWERFLITE AUTOMATIC
REBUILT DRIVETRAIN, SUSPENSION AND STEERING, NEW DUAL EXHAUST
ORIGINAL RADIO, DELUXE HEATER, MAHOGANY CARGO DECKING
SOLD NEW IN GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA AND COLLECTOR-GRADE TODAY
Reintroduced as a highly versatile all-steel station wagon for 1951, Chryslers Town & Country was offered in a choice of Windsor or New Yorker trim and appointments. A generous 125.5-inch wheelbase chassis provided plenty of passenger room and cargo space. Styling was essentially unchanged through 1954 and these upscale station wagons remain highly collectible and enjoyable icons of 1950s Americana today.
Sold new in Glendale, California, this 1954 Chrysler New Yorker Town & Country Wagon was formerly part of the famed William Harrah Collection in Reno, Nevada. Colors are excellent, with a refinish in original Pebble Beige and Topaz Tan over luxurious two-tone leather and suede upholstery. Ready to deliver an outstanding experience, this Town & Country features a rebuilt drivetrain, suspension and steering gear. Ample power is delivered by a meticulously restored 331 Hemi V-8 engine equipped with a 4-barrel carburetor and breathing out through a new dual exhaust system. A PowerFlite automatic transmission, power brakes and power steering ensure comfortable and enjoyable cruising, along with an original radio and deluxe heater. Original mahogany cargo decking and chrome wire wheels with new wide whitewall tires provide additional distinction. Classic postwar station wagons are highly sought-after and enjoyable collector vehicles today and this 1954 Chrysler Town & Country Wagon is a prime example with only an approximate 85,200 miles clocked over the past 65 years. Call us today to see it, get full details and make it yours today!