Friday, February 15, 2019

Trophy Car: 1991 Chrysler TC by Maserati

Tipper Erik202 may have launched Italian Week on DT, but Matt C really brought home a strong finish with the earlier Maser Coupe and then this next thing.  In Matt's words: Or, want a Maserati badge on something even cheaper, that you can fix with K-car parts from your nearest junkyard? If you can live with it being mistaken for a LeBaron, and aren't like me and think the LeBaron was actually the better styling exercise, here you go:  Find this 1991 Chrysler TC by Maserati offered for $3900 in Marietta, GA via craigslist.

From the seller:
 1991 1991 Chrysler TC by Maserati 
fuel: gas 
title status: clean 
transmission: automatic 

For Sale or Trade
Marietta, GA
1991 Chrysler T. C. by Maserati. The body was hand crafted in Italy by Maserati. It has a hard top like a '55 Thunderbird with port holes and a convertible top. Even has its' own special made umbrella.
I am the 3rd owner 
always garaged and covered.
45,000 miles
entered one big NAPA show and won "Best Import"
everything works as it should
get a bargain, when new $38,000
NADA 7K to 16K
get for half of NADA
condition excellent
odometer 45,000
title ready to transfer

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  1. Entered one big NAPA show and won "Best Import" - What on earth did you have to choose from?
    That sure is a blurred definition on what an import is - hahaha
    Like a Chevy Spectrum is a Japanese import?

  2. I knew that when I saw the Allante yesterday, that one of these couldn't be far off. Bravo Vince.

  3. The trophy seals the deal...............

  4. By God that there is the strangest hoodie ornamenatate I've ever laid my eyes on...

    -Stan (yeah...*that* Stan...)

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