1941 Chrysler Town & Country for sale TOO LATE

This car has been sold or is no longer on the market

Details for 1941 Chrysler Town & Country

The traditional American wood-bodied car, or “Woody” as we all know them by, evolved from the early days of coach and car body building where a wooden frame was fashioned to form a skeleton, then skinned with a steel or fabric outer shell. Affordable wooden aftermarket bodies were adapted to cars such as the Ford Model T, usually to make utility wagons and trucks. As manufacturers caught up to the aftermarket, the factories began to offer their own wood station wagon bodies, which soon grew