Thursday, May 27, 2004

1941 Chrysler Coupe

Pete Walsh runs the Auto Museum out in Eastern Long Island. He also has a very good eye for auto design.

Here's a 1941 Chrysler Coupe:


These cars are emblamatic of a very different era in design:


Love those fenders!



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this is not a 1941 buick

Posted by: joey | Jun 1, 2004 3:22:46 PM

You are correct -- its a Chrysler!

Posted by: Barry Ritholtz | Jun 4, 2004 5:59:33 AM

Its a Chrysler Royal 2 Passenger Coupé 1941
I´m a happy owner of one !.

Posted by: Roger Elander | Jun 29, 2004 5:38:03 AM

My dads loves these cars, a 41 chrysler royal business coupe was his first car, he still owns it, and owns 3 other 41 chryslers, 2 business coupes, a sedan kinda one and a convertible.

Posted by: Tommy Michiaels | Jan 22, 2005 9:57:14 PM

have just aquired one 1941 coupe,has no frame,engine etc.but most all body parts there need to know wheelbase measurement tks a bunch,,sell?might trade for 49,50 olds goodies

Posted by: george phillips | May 22, 2005 10:55:23 PM

I bought a 1941 desoto 3-window coupe. Any idea on production munbers?

Posted by: Anthony | Jul 10, 2005 10:21:09 PM

looking for parts for a 41 chrysler coupe highlander

Posted by: bobby | Aug 22, 2005 6:34:03 PM

I have a 1941 3 window bus coupe. I am in need of a grille. Any suggestions?

Posted by: owen | Mar 5, 2006 11:36:45 PM

I need hubcaps for 41 chrysler coupe. Anyone know where I can find them?

Posted by: Terry | Jun 16, 2006 4:47:44 PM

i have a 1941 chrysler club coupe project for sale it is a 6 pass. for sale

Posted by: steve shull | Jun 28, 2006 11:20:40 PM

A reiend has his fathers 41 Chrysler Royal and needs parking lights to replace those lost at the platers.

Any leads would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

Posted by: Daniel Shanahan | Nov 3, 2006 7:02:28 PM

Is the 41 Chrysler windsor coupe similar? I can't seem to find any pics on the web and I can get one for cheap

Posted by: Steve | Jan 12, 2007 10:13:26 PM

I own a 1941 Chrysler club coupe C28 with the highlander trim. My car is a varity in the UK but I have been told that they are also quite rare in the US is this true.By the way your 41 looks fantastic a real gem.

Posted by: Mike Dobson | Jan 16, 2007 6:41:35 AM

I was looking at a 1941 chrysler for sale and seeing what a nice car this is when it's fully restored makes me consider bying one.

Posted by: chris | Jan 20, 2007 9:21:54 AM

What a beautiful Chrysler! I'm restoring one as well and am wondering if you have a picture of the engine for original color reference or do you know the original engine colors?


Posted by: Terry Cook | Feb 24, 2007 3:45:51 PM

How many 4 door Chrysler Royals were produced in 1941? Are 41's particularly rare due to the war? Any and all historical data would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

Posted by: Evan | Nov 12, 2007 6:14:51 PM

My dad has a 41 Royal 4dr. we want to restore and make it an evryday driver. Looking to make it an automatic v8 with air and disk brakes. Any ideas on what kind of axles we will need or what engine will fit without too mich hassle?

Posted by: Mike | Nov 16, 2007 12:11:16 PM

i have just aquired a 49-50 chrysler royale (windsor) 4 door, dark green, LOTS of chrome in MINT condition...its located in new jersey and i have too many photos to post here.. serious inquiries only
[email protected]

Posted by: g.w.rush | May 1, 2008 3:10:15 PM

I need a hood for a 41 Chrystler Coupe, any ideas where I might get one?

Posted by: dt | May 9, 2008 11:44:28 PM

I have a large hard covered sales guide (27" x 201/2")
It is called (The Beautiful Chryslers) years 1941 and 1942. This book show's many deatails of several models of Chryslers plus interior and exterior colors and fabric.
I'm looking for a value on this book.

Posted by: denny | May 26, 2008 4:04:53 AM

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