!!!! ABOUT Classic Car Rescue-Adoptions !!!! We spend endless hours searching the net nationwide to track down forgotten discarded and left for dead classics and bring them to open market to find them a new home and hopefully a second chance to be out on the road again. Many of these cars have been sitting for years ,some don't need much, others may need full tune ups and or restoration, but all need a new home. We are not a restoration shop, body shop or mechanic , we simply track down these very Special,rare,unique or just quirky beauties where ever they are in the country and save them from sure death at Crusher . Chrysler's TC by Maserati History Chrysler's TC by Maserati was a "Q" body based on a modified second generation Chrysler K platform jointly developed by Chrysler and Maserati as a grand tourer and introduced at the 1986 Los Angeles Auto Show. After two years of development delays, the TC became available in late-1988 and a total of 7,300 units (the minimum required under the contract) were manufactured in Milan, Italy through 1990. All cars sold as 1991 models were manufactured in 1990. 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 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. The only extra cost option available for the TC was a CD player that was a plug-in attachment to the standard Infinity AM/FM cassette stereo. All drivetrain alternatives were no-cost options. Today we bring you whats quickly becoming a very desirable and a top Collectible , a 1991 Chrysler TC by Maserati Automatic transmission, Factory/Stock/Unrestored survivor only 41,958 miles on the clock, looks like original paint and Interior, also came with the HARDTOP and carrier (see pics) . Found and rescued from Texas ,USA after sitting unused for some time, it does come with a clean title and all paper work its ready to go . These Classic convertibles are really becoming harder and harder to find this clean and original but more importantly for what I believe it will be a very affordable price for the auction winner. ...Details below!!!! INTERIOR its not perfect but overall in not bad for an original survivor and considering its age, dash, steering wheel, seats and carpet in excellent shape with normal wear for age (see pics), center console left seat control works but its loose(see pics), headlights switch loose(see pics), windows work, ra
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