1950 Chrysler Windsor Sedan
In 1949, for Chrysler's 25th anniversary, Chrysler Windsors were redesigned. The style was boxier than the competition. New this year was a padded dashboard with sponge rubber for safety. In 1950, the Windsor Traveler Sedan was reintroduced, but only lasted one year. The Windsor still had full instrumentation. 1951, the Royal was dropped, and the Windsor became Chrysler's low-priced car. Front leg room was 41.8". The Windsor DeLuxe had an electric clock standard, while electric windows were optional. In the September 1951 issue of Popular Mechanics, readers reported getting an average of 14.1mpg with the Windsor and 98% reported liking the padded dashboard. Little changed in 1952. Power brakes were standard on the Windsor DeLuxe 8-passenger sedan.
This car is in very bad shape. Good only for parts or Ratrod