Chrysler Windsor – 1961

Ladefund i yderst sjælden og fantastisk patineret stand. Der er kun produceret 2.941 biler af denne model.

Chrysler Windsor – 1961 a wonderfully patinated barn find in extremely rare condition.

Only 2,941 cars of this model have been produced. And this particular car is a family-owned car that has only 73,000 original miles (117,000 km).

The car starts and runs well, as does the engine and gearbox. The car was purchased new in West Texas, then the family moved to Biloxi Mississippi.
The bottom of the car is really good and healthy. The seller has made a new trunk floor and fixed the small rust spots around the car, so it is ready for inspection.

The car is in good condition, even in places where this model usually has rust problems. The car is loaded with good and fine chrome and glass, as well as lots of original paperwork.

This is an extremely cool collector’s Chrysler Windsor – 1961 Mopar Bat-mobile with absolutely stunning patina. A patina many car collectors try to paint or even foil themselves. Here you get a 100% genuine patinated lacquer/surface.

The seller was told that the seat cover is original.

A little about Windsor

In 1961, Chrysler launched the elegant Windsor model, cementing its reputation as a sophisticated and stylish car. Windsor was part of Chrysler’s luxury line and represented an era where design and comfort were paramount.

The 1961 Chrysler Windsor was equipped with a powerful V8 engine that delivered impressive performance for its time. The period design included a distinctive chrome grille, refined lines and carefully crafted details that gave the car a unique look.

Inside, Windsor was designed with comfort and luxury in mind. The cabin was spacious and offered generous space for passengers, as well as comfortable seats and a range of modern amenities. It was a car that prioritized comfort on long drives while maintaining an aesthetic appeal.

The 1961 Chrysler Windsor was a car that appealed to those who wanted a combination of power, elegance and comfort. It reflected the zeitgeist and the evolution of the automotive industry in the early 1960s. The Windsor remains a coveted collector’s item and a reminder of an era of automotive excellence and innovative technology.

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CarBeats valuation is : 159.000,00 kr. to 176.000,00 kr.

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