October 24, 2018
I’m hoping the fact that this 1956 Chrysler Windsor is sitting way out at the edge of this Lancaster salvage yard means that it’s not going to the crusher. The hood’s a bit bent, but from here this big four-door totally looks like it could be brought back to life. The Windsor, which Chrysler touted as “America’s Most Smartly Different Car!” was Chrysler’s entry-level model, if you will, and came in four-door sedan and hardtop, two-door hardtop and convertible, and four-door station wagon models, all of which were equipped with one of two different 331 cu. in. V-8 engines. The Windsor line would stick around through model year 1961.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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