Chrysler's 1949 models, including the 1949 Chrysler New Yorker Convertible, were identical to the 1948s. It wasn't until spring 1949 that Chrysler made its "Second Series" models, the "real" 1949s. Read about the 1949 Chrysler New Yorker Convertible.
Only 950 of the 1953 Chrysler New Yorker convertibles were made, with extensive reskinning to make them shapelier, emphasis on more glass, one-piece curved windshields, and wraparound backlights. Check out the 1953 Chrysler New Yorker Convertible.
The 1957 Chrysler 300-C convertible featured unique styling and attractive upgrades. This car featured a FirePower V-8 that allowed the 300-C to reach 60 mph in 8.4 seconds or less. Learn all about the 1957 Chrysler 300-C convertible.
The 1957 Chrysler New Yorker was a style leader with the "Forward Look" -- lower cars with dart-like profiles. The ‘57 New Yorker defined elegance and style for the late 1950s. Learn about this classic convertible.
The 1988 Chrysler LeBaron GTC was a glamorous new droptop based on a dull boxy little K-car. This LeBaron line maintained Chrysler's position as maker of America's best-selling convertible. Learn about this classic convertible with photos.
The 1965 Chrysler 300L was one of the last of Chrysler’s popular powerful letter series in the 1960s. The 330L featured clean styling and a 360-horsepower 413 V-8. Learn more about this classic convertible.
The 1947 Chrysler Town & Country led the pack in "woody" style convertibles. It added much-needed glamour to a staid group of early postwar Chryslers. Learn more about this trendy and classic convertible.
The 1951 Chrysler New Yorker introduced the legendary "Hemi" engine named for its half-dome combustion chamber. It produced more horsepower per cubic inch than any other engine around. Learn about this classic convertible.