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The Chrysler TC by Maserati soft top was a joint venture between Chrysler and Maserati, built on the Chrysler K platform. This touring car began life when Lee Iacocca struck up a friendship with the owner of the Maserati brand. After a successful collaboration on another car brand, the Chrysler Maserati convertible top was conceived.
The two-seater replacement Chrysler Maserati TC convertible top was positioned against several other two-seater luxury vehicles on the market at the time, by Cadillac and Buick. It featured luxury appointments and interior touches, although it proved to be a poor seller and garnered lukewarm reviews in the automotive press. The Maserati TC soft top model was discontinued in 1991.
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