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1947 Chrysler Ads

Unlike most car companies, Chrysler did not make major changes with each model year from 1946 through 1948, with models for that period having the same basic appearance, noted for their "harmonica" grille. All body panels were based on the car introduced as a 1941 model. In 1947 there were only minor redesigns in the rear wheel well opening so as to fit wider whitewall tires, tail light changes, and in the instrument panel, with the high beam indicator now in the speedometer.

Production for 1947 was 108,884, up from 77,872 in 1946, with a bulk of the increase in Windsor 6 cyl. and New Yorker 8 cyl. cars.

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1947 Chrysler Convertible Ad "Purr - how can there be such surging power" (11.0x14.0)
1947 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible Ad "Town and Country, Chrysler's work/play convertible" (13.4x17.0)