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Chrysler Town & Country - 1st Gen (Post-War)(1946 to 1950)

After the end of WW2, Chrysler resumed production of the Town & Country for 1946 and the model saw an evolution in body styles. The post-war era of the first generation was the only time when the Town & Country was not exclusively offered as a station wagon until 1982, when a convertible was briefly offered. The post-war first generation Town & Country was offered as a sedan or convertible, as well as a two door hardtop in 1950. Two engine options were available a 5.3L inline eight, and a 4.1L inline six, which was enlarged to 4.3L in 1948. Production of the post-war first generation Town & Country lasted until 1950, when it was replaced by the Second Generation Chrysler Town & Country.

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After the end of WW2, Chrysler resumed production of the Town & Country for 1946 and the model saw an evolution in body styles. The post-… Read more

After the end of WW2, Chrysler resumed production of the Town & Country for 1946 and the model saw an evolution in body styles. The post-war era of the first generation was the only time when the Town & Country was not exclusively offered as a station wagon until 1982, when a convertible was briefly offered. The post-war first generation Town & Country was offered as a sedan or convertible, as well as a two door hardtop in 1950. Two engine options were available a 5.3L inline eight, and a 4.1L inline six, which was enlarged to 4.3L in 1948. Production of the post-war first generation Town & Country lasted until 1950, when it was replaced by the Second Generation Chrysler Town & Country.

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