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.