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The Chrysler TC by Maserati was a rare idea in car making: combining a boring American car form with the design staff from one of the most well-known exotic car makers in the world.
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The TC by Maserati was based on the Q platform and was essentially a GT version of the K cars that were popular economy midsize cars from Chrysler brands. It was first introduced in 1989, and production was cancelled in 1991. Only 7,300 were made in total. The engine was a 2.2 L turbocharged Chrysler K engine. In 1989 there was a special version that came with a Getrag manual transmission and a Cosworth 16-valve head. Only 500 of these limited editions were made. For 1990 and 1991, the engine was changed to a Mitsubishi built V6. The stock transmission was a 4 speed automatic. The rarest year was the 1991, when only 1,636 were made. These can still be found on the used car market, but they are certainly rarer than most cars from the era. Your best bet for buying one is probably eBay, where there is usually at least one listed. They are a great buy for anyone looking to buy a rare K car with performance that will blow away your average LeBaron.
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