1989 CHRYSLER TC BY Maserati......Won this beauty at a Charity Auction out of Virginia, All Original, un-restored, Only 2 Owners, no accidents, Rust free, runs and drives perfect, well maintained and taken cared of, inside and out side . Outside the Paint in good shape, some minor faded spots on the trunk and mirrors other than that its really sharp, all trims and lights intact, good set of matching tires on really clean original wheels. Interior its also in very good shape, leather on seats shows some wear but no tears and still look good and with good color, same for door panel , carpet , dash is clean with no cracks, all gages and lights inside seem to be working as they should, windows and radio are in good working order, original floor mats came also with it, they do show wear but no tears. This is not a trailer queen, has been driven and enjoyed by its owner, so normal wear and tear for its year its to be expected and it has been priced accordingly ..... NOW TAKING APPOINTMENTS .....CALL OR TEXT 813-763-4068 CHRYSLER TC BY Maserati history and facts. Lee Iacocca started a friendship with the late Alejandro de Tomaso while at Ford, which led to the De Tomaso Pantera. During the 1980s, Iacocca headed Chrysler while De Tomaso was owner of the historic Maserati brand. In 1984, both companies signed a memorandum of understanding to create a sport coupe, which ultimately became the TC. Chrysler also became an investor in Maserati during that period. In 1985, Lee Iacocca stated that the planned "Q-coupe" would be the prettiest Italian to arrive stateside since his mother immigrated. The 1989 TC used a slightly detuned 160 bhp (119 kW; 162 PS)  Daytona-spec turbocharged 2.2 L straight-4. This intercooled version, known as the Turbo II, was coupled to an A413 three-speed automatic transaxle. The Turbo II was replaced by a Mitsubishi-sourced 3.0 L 141 bhp (105 kW; 143 PS)  V6 engine for the 1990 and 1991 model years, with the automatic transaxle being upgraded to a four-speed A604 unit. The TC featured a detachable hard top with circular, beveled-glass opera windows with a six-point latching system and a manually operated cloth lined convertible top that was available in either tan or black. For the 1989 model year, interior leather colors were ginger or bordeaux. Available exterior colors were yellow, red, or cabernet. The bordeaux interior was only available with the cabernet exterior, both of which were dropped in 1990 when black and white exterior colors were added along with a black leather interior. The TC's dash, door panels, seats, armrest, and rear fascia panels were covered in hand-stitched Italian leather. Inside doorjambs were finished with stainless steel panels and sill plates. The convertible boot, over which the hardtop rests, is a body colored metal panel. A special interior storage compartment came with an umbrella, tool kit, and small spare tire that allowed the use of the full-sized trunk even with the top down. Standard equipment included a 10-speaker Infinity AM/FM cassette stereo, power windows, 6-way power seats, power door and trunk locks, map lights, puddle lamps, cruise control, and tilt steering wheel.
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