The fourth generation Chrysler Town & Country was introduced for the 1965 model year. Town & Country was the designation Chrysler used on their station wagon models, initially available on the Chrysler Newport and Chrysler New Yorker. In 1966, the Town & Country was offered independently, only available in one trim level, which was similar to the Newport. While the Town & Country name was used for four door station wagons, Chrysler offered a Town & Country wood-panel option package on Newport two door hardtops and convertibles. The fourth generation Town & Country was offered with a range of V8 engines, and was built until 1968, when the Fifth Generation Town & Country was unveiled.
|1967 Chrysler Newport Town & Country Station Wagon||NOT SOLD||Jan 03, 2020|
|1966 Chrysler Town and Country Wagon||$22,000||Jan 06, 2019|
|1967 Chrysler Town & Country Wagon||WITHDRAWN||Jul 14, 2020|