Of Related Interest
1946 Chrysler Brochure
Updated November 29, 2003 From Jeff George comes this original scan, which he obtained from the dealer when it was new.
He writes: "I am attaching scans of my 1946 Chrysler brochure. I see somebody else already sent you the Town and Country models of the 1946 Chrysler. However, now you will have the entire line. I thought the 1946 Chrysler was a pretty car, but in hindsight it looks almost "front-end heavy", with the massive grille in front. The 1946 Chrysler was essentially unchanged in 1947 and 1948, as were Plymouth, Dodge, and Desoto...
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...Speaking of the Chrysler Town and Country, you will notice they were first introduced in 1941. I don't think I ever saw a pre-war model. However, after 1946 it was the T & C 2-door convertible that was most common. If any of the 4-door sedan models still exist anywhere, they would be very rare."