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Boldly BeautifulCommand attention in classic 1940s rides
Practically floating down the road. In a splendid 1941 Chrysler Town and Country.
You cruise the boulevard in your gleaming land yacht. From an era when cars became bold symbols of American optimism and know-how. Despite WWII’s rationing—and three years without production—1940s cars only got bigger, faster, and flashier. While remaining fairly fuel-efficient. Perfect for gliding regally into freshly built suburbs. On newly minted superhighways. So bring some classic swagger to your commute with these streamlined rides.
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