1949 Chrysler Royal: Cruising in Style
Chrysler Royal was a magnificent and important automobile that created royalty behind the wheel, gliding down the road with grace and poise. This sleek and stylish car was more than just a mode of transportation, it was a symbol of elegance and sophistication.
1955 Chrysler Windsor: The pick of the day
Windsor was the most budget-friendly car of the Chrysler model line, with an upscale interior and various features. Windsor was also the first vehicle that had acquired tail fins. Thanks to the talented Virgil Exner and the famous "Forward Look" he created, the model became insanely popular in the post-war 50s.
1946 Chrysler Windsor: The Royal luxury
Introduced in the late 30s, Windsor returned to the famous automaker's line after the war, strongly reminiscent of the 1942 models. The only innovations were a handbrake warning signal and a new grille. Despite this, the automobile accounted for 62.9% of the company's sales.