The six-cylinder 1940-1942 Chrysler Windows Highlander shares the same distinctive trim package as the larger New Yorker Highlander -- Scottish plaid cloth and leatherette upholstery. Higher production makes this version somewhat more plentiful today.

Pluses of the
1940-1942 Chrysler Windsor Highlander:
  • Eye-catching interior
  • Smooth ride
  • Comfort
Minuses of the 1940-1942 Chrysler Windsor Highlander:
  • Lower collector demand (convertibles are the best buys)
  • Nondescript styling (though rear fender skirts help)
  • Drunkardly thirst
  • Fluid drive transmission may prove troublesome to maintain
Production of the 1940-1942 Chrysler Windsor Highlander:
Not available; no more than 1500 per year.

Specifications of the 1940-1942 Chrysler Windsor Highlander:
Wheelbase, inches: 122.5 (1940), 121.5 (1941-1942)
Length, inches: 210.0

Weight, pounds: 3135-3661

Price, new: $1020-1420 (U.S.)

Engines for the 1940-1942 Chrysler Windsor Highlander:

TypeSize
Horsepower
Years
sv I-6
241.5 cc
108/112 1940-1941
sv I-6
250.6 cc
120 1942

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