1989 Chrysler TC Turbo 2dr Convertible
You are looking at a 1989 Chrysler TC By Maserati with a 2.2L L4 TURBO engine and automatic transmission! This is a sharp looking little convertible car with a removable hardtop. Just back from the paint shop. The original interior is super nice as is the paint. Comes with all original books, manuals and videos, plus a few extra parts. In the late '80s and early '90s, domestic automakers rushed to build limited edition two-seaters as Limited Edition vehicles. Cadillac had the Allante, Buick offered the Reatta, and Chrysler teamed with Maserati to build the TC. This 1989 Chrysler TC by Maserati is one of the first year models, and as a result combines the best of both worlds, with Italian design and the rugged Chrysler 2.2 liter turbo engine. With only a little over 100,000 miles on the odometer, this is one of the most beautiful TCs on the market today. Looking wonderful in the first-year gorgeous Yellow finish, it's an unusual car that gets curious glances everywhere it goes. Many people aren't quite sure what it is, but want to find out. They see the Maserati grille and the cool porthole hardtop. At first glance, they know it's not a garden-variety vehicle. The preservation of this TC reminds them that this is something special that garnered special care through the years. It is gorgeous but it's not so nice that you'll be scared to take it for a Sunday afternoon (or any other day) ride at a moment's notice. The pastel yellow paint emphasizes the TC's lines, and despite what you may have heard about both Chrysler and Maserati, this one is assembled extremely well. This beauty looks equally well as a coupe (hard top on) or as a convertible. Maserati's influence is most strongly seen inside, where acres of soft, fragrant Saddle leather have been stitched together as only the Italians could do it. The bucket seats wrap around the passengers so well that they feel like they are setting in the living room in their most comfortable recliner, with gathered leather on the door panels to add to the luxury feel. This is a strict two-seater, with only a locked package shelf behind the seats that covers the spare tire, but even that area is artfully finished with bright trim and more leather. The comfortable steering wheel is not only leather wrapped, but even the center is covered and offers an embossed TC emblem in the center. Every power accessory that you can think of was standard on the TC. Chrysler's reliable technology ensures that everything works as it should. The seats show almost no wear, and the carpets look like they've never seen anything more aggressive than a bedroom slipper. Up top there's both a convertible top that stows beneath a hard tonneau cover, as well as the distinctive color-matched porthole hardtop. Chrysler's durable and potent 2.2 liter inline-four with a turbocharger delivers exceptional performance in the TC when accompanied by the standard 3-speed automatic transmission. The engine bay is nicely maintained, and it has a very OEM look that is indicative of careful ownership over the years. This vehicle was obviously owned by an enthusiast that knew this car was worth preserving from the beginning. Further proof of its easy life is the completely rust-free chassis that even boasts an original exhaust system with a catalytic convertor and virtually zero corrosion. If you're a fan of authenticity, this car will certainly impress you. The alloy wheels show no brake dust or curb rash, and there's a good set of Kelly radials so you can enjoy this car immediately. The trunk is loaded with original books and tapes that came with the vehicle. Don't let it get away, call today! As she sits right now you can get her for $5,000 (REDUCED DOWN FROM $7,500.00) which I feel is very fair for a vehicle like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. We offer a 90 day lay away on many of our vehicles.