Wonderfully Preserved 1941 Chrysler "Barrel Back" / CCCA Full Classic

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1941 CHRYSLER "Town & Country" Barrel Back Wood Station Wagon

Price: US $375,000.00 Item location: Lynchburg, Virginia, United States
  • Make: Chrysler
  • Model: Town & Country
  • SubModel: Town & Country
  • Type: Wood Station Wagon
  • Trim: none
  • Year: 1941
  • Mileage: 66,234
  • VIN: 7700759
  • Color: Maroon
  • Engine size: Straight Six
  • Number of cylinders: Six
  • Transmission: Fluid Drive Manual
  • Drive type: rear wheel
  • Interior color: Burgandy
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1941 Chrysler Town & Country Town & Country

1941 CHRYSLER "Town & Country" Barrel Back Wood Station Wagon

Wonderfully Preserved 1941 Chrysler "Barrel Back" / CCCA Full Classic

Having handledowned and traded an untold numbers of high end CCCA Classics over the years it becomes difficult to really be impressed but this car literally takesmy breath away.This is a 66000 mile wonderfully preserved and never restored example of without a doubt the "wooden car" era's most extravagant model. The"Town and Country BarrelBack" is a sensation where ever she goes.Rumored to have belonged to the Rockefeller family it befits the name.It does still wear its 1951 Vermont inspection sticker. Later in life (around 1970) the car became the property of the Gould family (Massachusetts) who created an automobile museum in Meredith New Hampshire and later moved their car museum efforts to Route 1 in Wells Maine. This car was their flagship exhibit from its first day through its closing in recent years. Even the original leather is still beautiful. The wood is extremely handsome. The chrome has a mellow patina but presents itself very well. This is the rare nine passenger version. The dash plastic is exceptional. This automobile drives superbly having recently benefited from a major service by a top restoration shop. The car has very adequate power and has proven to be both reliable and extremely well mannered on the road. Being a 1941 vintage this is something that can be safely driven at night as sealed beam headlights were standard equipment. This would be a perfect candidate for use at a retreat or for summer lake or mountain house. Is is easy to operate and it would be a huge hit for taking your guests to and from the local airport around town or maybe just out to dinner.This "barrel back woody" is the essence of understated elegance!

Presently the car is museum stored in Lynchburg Virginia. If not sold in a couple of weeks I do plan on bringing her to my central New Hampshire home to enjoy for the summer and fall. This is a diamond in the grand scheme of collector automobiles.It is also a full CCCA (Classic Car Club of America) Classic. They rarely trade. Only a small few still exist and only a handful remain in well preserved and "never restored" order. Do your homework on the values but I feel this example is extremely fairly priced. I may consider a partial trade and I am always receptive to cash offers.

BUY IT NOW $375000

call or text me at (two-one-five) 906 (seven-zero-zero-one)

I encourage prospective buyers to come and see the car or to send their agent to inspect it. Any questions feel free to ask.

I wouldn't mind taking a Model 21 Winchester or two in trade. Early motorcycles (American) also of interest (original condition examples only). Thx.


$1000.00 immediate deposit - balance within 7 days (unless other terms have been mutually agreed upon prior to the commitment to purchase).