National Geographic : 1961 May
The quiet, roomy wagons that are more fun to live with The 1961 Chrysler Corporationwagons are fun to drive, thanks to famous r Torsion-Aire Ride, full-time power steering, and many other features. These are the wagons that make driving a pleasure not a project. They'll take you in and out of town traffic and tight parking spaces easier than most sedans. Why's the driving so nice? For one thing, Chrysler Corporation's exclusive Torsion Aire suspension system has no equal when it comes to holding a wagon steady and level, over rough roads and around curves. And Torsion-Aire has the perfect partner in optional Constant Control Power Steer ing. It works full time so you scarcely work There's fun for the whole family in these quiet, at all in parking, cornering, and cruising on roomy wagons, Big, wide doors make loading easy, and the road. there's plenty of romping room inside. And, of course, all these wagons have a wagonload of other family-pleasing fea tures. See your dealer for the details. Easy to drive and park. Power Automatic door locks (available in Rear-facing third seat, steering (an option) works full time most models) let you lock all doors, with a in 9-passenger models, keeps so you scarcely work at all. switch near the driver. kids out of your hair. One-piece tailgate. New protection against rust. 7-soak Pushbutton driving. Easiest to Easy to open; easy to rust protection guards even inside metal sur- control. Transmission, radio, heater, load and easy to get faces, where most rust problems start. Helps even air conditioner, all these options into and out of. these wagons keep their beauty. have simple pushbutton controls.