There is no denying the 1948 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible woody is one heck of a desirable car, even more so once you have seen under the hood and been for the video based drive in it.
As often happens a classic car is bought with the intention of restoring it but once you get into it find it is just too far gone to be practicable.
Consequently this is where the term restomod comes in, which in its simplicity means a special chassis is built and fitted out with high performance running gear with matching suspension, steering and brakes.
The body is restored, or more likely rebuilt, and mounted onto the chassis so you have a car that appears to be a 50 – 70 year old or more model, but has all the comfort, handling and power [or better than] of a modern car.
Want to know what is under the hood of this car? Well, watch the video, meet both the owner and guy who rebuilt the body, and come for a drive.
Am sure you will be pleased you did as the attention to detail is phenomenal.