The 1941 Chrysler Royal is already an impressive pre-war design with a sleek style. And this restomod takes it to a whole new level with sporty custom exterior, fully upgraded A/C interior, upgraded suspension, and a big 440 Mopar powerhouse under the hood.
This sedan is distinctive from the moment you catch a glimpse of the front end. The light green has the right hue for a 1940s machine, but there's also a metallic glow that tells you this is something different. The deleted .....
front bumper and forward-leaning stance gives added emphasis to the sharply pointed front end. So this has the instant appeal of a street machine. But it also never loses that classic car spirit with details like the full-length trim and art deco taillights. And vintage style is important for a car like this, after all 1941 was the final full production year before WWII. The full execution of the paint and body looks good, but it will never be anything that will make you too nervous to drive this one. And as you keep digging into all the details, you'll really see this custom was built for really enjoying on the road.
Suicide doors are always cool to have. So we know you'll love parking at the car show and opening all four of them nice and wide. Plus, the interior has a great custom look worth showcasing. The white vinyl seating combines with the exterior light green to have the same appeal as an ocean wave. And dark black carpeting mean you don't even need to worry about dusting off your shoes after a day at the beach. A full-size sedan means plenty of room for family and friends. They even get to stay happy with great upgrades like cold-blowing R134a air conditioning, power windows, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with DVD screen and Bluetooth. The wood and chrome steering wheel looks great against the dash, and it's mounted on a tilt column for a clear view to the upgraded Tri-Tech gauge package.
The powered forward tilt hood is another feature that will attract attention, and when people look inside, they'll see an engine bay stuffed with maximum Mopar muscle. This is a mighty 440 cubic-inch big block that has been upgraded with a Demon four-barrel carburetor, aluminum intake, and shorty headers feeding an H-pipe dual exhaust. It sits on an upgraded frame that also has a Mustang II-style independent front end. This is built to be an all-around driver. That's why you have four-wheel power disc brakes, power steering, and the A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission is both stout and smooth.
History, power, and a full custom presentation all come together in one terrific classic Chrysler. Don't let this opportunity slip away, call today!