1940 Chrysler Windsor
This beautiful car was a labor of love for it’s previous owner. He restored and added to the beautiful wood in the interior and spared no expense in the total restoration of the entire car. This is as fine an example of a pre-war automobile as there is. The Windsor first came out in 1939. In 1940, the Windsor came in either long or short wheelbase versions as a 6-passenger sedan, a 6-passenger coupe, a convertible, a Victoria sedan, or a 8-passenger sedan. New this year were sealed beam head lights. The Windsor used independent front suspension, 11″ brakes, and a X girder truss type frame. New for 1941 was the Windsor Six Town and Country, a station wagon type vehicle designed by David A. Wallace, who was the president of Chrysler at the time. Fog lights and bumper crash bars were optional. Production ended in January 1942,as all automobile companies in the USA switched to war production..