Chrysler Town & Country ‘Barrelback’ 

  • 1942
  • 108 HP 4.0L
 
The Wagon was built on Chrysler's windsor chassis and benefited from its 241.5 cu.
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For 1941 and 1942, Chrysler built their Town & Country Wagon as a “limousine for the country” with deluxe appointments and lavish a lavish wooden frame.
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Data points Key details of the Chrysler Town & Country ‘Barrelback’

Horsepower

Town & Country ‘Barrelback’
108 HP
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1,115 HP
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987 HP

Engine size

Town & Country ‘Barrelback’
4,016 cc
Veyron
7,993 cc
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6,498 cc

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The Wagon was built on Chrysler's windsor chassis and benefited from its 241.5 cu.
For 1941 and 1942, Chrysler built their Town & Country Wagon as a “limousine for the country” with deluxe appointments and lavish a lavish wooden frame.
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1942 Chrysler Town & Country

by FRANK MARKUS |
Car & Driver News
The more familiar notchback and convertible Town & Countrys didn't appear until 1946.
All '41 and '42 model T&Cs were built to this "barrel-back" design, which featured two side-hinged rear doors through which to load cargo.

Specifications Full list of technical specs

general

Brand Chrysler
Type of car Production car
Year 1942

transmission

Shift system Semi-automatic
Gearing Traditional
# of gears 4 gears

physical dimensions

Wheelbase 4.8 in

power & handling

Maximum hp 108 HP

engine

Displacement 4,016 cc
Fuels Gas

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Unknown
Rear brakes Unknown
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