Long before Fiat took the reins at Chrysler, the Chrysler TC by Maserati was a shining example of Italo-American industrial cooperation. Easily the finest luxury car of its time — perhaps even the entire 20th century — it is now only worth a couple of iPhones, according to one Craigslist post.
With gas prices at $7,50 a gallon, it doesn't make too much sense to have an American car in Europe. I guess that's why Detroit tries to sneak into the old continent with Chryslers rebadged as Lancias these days.
Look what’s made its way to a charmingly seedy part of Budapest: One of the 7,300 Chrysler TC’s by Maserati. It’s horrible enough to stop a seasoned car geek dead in his tracks.
It’s always good to see a Maserati GranTurismo and this gray one we found on Woodward was no exception.
Welcome to Project Car Hell, where you choose your eternity by selecting the project that's the coolest... and the most hellish! Last time we screeched up the corroded roll-up door of the Hell Garage and crawled inside, we saw the pair of Fiat 1200 Spiders stomp all over the Fiat 124 Coupe. We still love Italian cars,…