1940s Classic Chrysler Cars

The 1940s Classic Chrysler Cars Channel covers popular antique Chryslers from the decade. Take a look under the hoods of different 1940s classic Chrysler cars.

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1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt Roadster

The 1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt Roadster's styling was inspired by Budd steamliner trains. Six Chrysler Thunderbolts were built and sold at a starting price of $6,000, but only four survived. Read more about this ultra rare classic.


1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt Roadster

The 1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt Roadster's styling was inspired by Budd steamliner trains. Six Chrysler Thunderbolts were built and sold at a starting price of $6,000, but only four survived. Read more about this ultra rare classic.

1946 Chrysler Continental Coupe

The 1946 Chrysler Continental Coupe was a special model built by Derham Custom Body Works for Chrysler at a cost of $17,000. Only two were ever built! Learn more about the rare Chrysler Continental Coupe.

1941-1984 Chrysler Town & Country

The 1941-1984 Chrysler Town & Country was a well-built, rare, and desirable car. This 'woodie' model may well qualify as the world's first hatchback sedan. See pictures and learn about the 1941-1984 Chrysler Town & Country.

1946 Chrysler Town & Country Hardtop

The 1946 Chrysler Town & Country Hardtop was the first pillarless hardtop coupe. It was generally known to Town & Country afficionados as 'The Wallace car.' See pictures and learn about the 1946 Chrysler Town & Country.

1940-1942 Chrysler New Yorker Highlander

The 1940-1942 Chrysler New Yorker Highlander is one of the most interesting cars from this era. This car featured an eye-catching interior, a smooth ride, and overall riding comfort. See the 1940-1942 Chrysler New Yorker Highlander.

1940-1942 Chrysler New Yorker Navajo

The 1940-1942 Chrysler New Yorker Navajo is a rare and highly desirable collectible car. The unusual trim option was designed to mimic the design of a Navajo Indian blanket. Learn about the unique 1940-1942 Chrysler New Yorker Navajo.

The 1941-1942 Chrysler Windsor Town & Country was a significant step toward the modern station wagon away from the boxy woody model. Today it has a high appreciation potential for collectors. Read more about the specifications of this classic collector car.

The 1946-1948 Chrysler Crown Imperial was the largest most luxurious car of the period. They were beautifully built cars with unique design features such as the "harmonica grille." Discover the impressive 1946-1948 Chrysler Crown Imperial.

The 1940-1942 Chrysler Windsor Highlander is notable for its trim -- Scottish plaid and leatherette upholstery. Learn more about the specifications along with the pluses and minuses to owning this classic car.