1958 Chrysler Windsor





Surname: Berkley Country Sedan

Class: Wagon

Origin: US USA

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US Raiden

2016-10-12 22:55
The rear does reminds me a little bit of the '59 Town & Country

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2016-10-12 22:56:14
US gunge

2016-10-12 02:28
headlight and taillights bear a striking resemblance to a 57/58 plymouth, rest of the body looks mid 60s though I don't think it's a ford


KP Razor440

2016-10-11 17:16
This cannot be a 1968 Ford Country Squire. I can't imagine a car with so many 50's styling cues being sold as a 1968.

I say it's a 1958 Chrysler Windsor.
US patridam

2016-09-19 00:21
EB wrote
here is one at 5:00...... www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UvCYalXwIY


Thanks EB.
US patridam

2016-09-10 19:18
EB, out of curiosity, what video/gameplay did you see where somebody actually drove this one? I have been looking all over for somebody to have actually given it a try. Most people just stick with the one sports car from the drop menu.
DZ EB

2016-09-10 16:42
In-Game car name: Berkley Country Sedan
US patridam

2016-06-19 18:59
The taillights are a bit different than all of the country squires, but the whole rest of the car is a perfect fit for a 1965 to 1968 Ford Country Squire. The wood panneling makes it a 67 or a 68 model (the 65 and 66 had a more angular look). I'm going to look through all the footage and try to find a front picture of this, even a lousy one. If it has hidden/horizontal headlights it's a 68, if they're vertically stacked it's a 67.


US Mel

2016-06-19 15:43
Here's a '68 Country Squire. We can see that the taillights of the featured vehicle appear to be turned on, and only the top halves of the lights are lit up (unless I'm seeing that incorrectly). This taillight layout is a bit similar to that of the '68 Country Squire, given that its taillights are split into two sections divided by the reverse lights.

motorbase.s3.amazonaws.com/pictures/contributions/20000828/std_1968_Ford_LTD_Country_Squire,_ltgreen.jpg

Here's a '67, because better picture.

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US Mel

2016-06-19 15:34
GeoZR177 wrote
The Country Squire model actually began in 1950 and ran until 1990 so it is highly likely that this is a mid to late 60s Country Squire. Also I wouldn't rule out the 1968 Mercury Colony Park.

We're aware of this. Patridam and I were specifically referring to the image provided by Burn Rubber, which is an image of a 1973 - 1978 Country Squire. The wagon featured here could very well be a pre-1970s Country Squire, given that this little screencap is currently the only one we have to go by until we get better images of the vehicle, or until the game comes out.

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2016-06-19 15:37:11
US GeoZR177

2016-06-19 14:10
The Country Squire model actually began in 1950 and ran until 1990 so it is highly likely that this is a mid to late 60s Country Squire. Also I wouldn't rule out the 1968 Mercury Colony Park.

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2016-06-19 14:26:47


US Mel

2016-06-19 04:52
patridam wrote
The country squire is from 1973+ while the game is set in 1968 (I know video games aren't always accurate though). The country squire also has a very different roofline from this, with a thicker C pillar, a much thinner C pillar, and a rounded roof end above the hatch rather than the crease seen here. The wood paneling is very different and this car has obvious tail fins while the Ford does not.

I don't know what this is but it's not a mid seventies Country Squire.

I agree. It doesn't look like a '70s wagon, but given that this is the Mafia series we're talking about, I wouldn't put it past them to shoehorn a bunch of cars that are too new for 1968 into the game. Mafia II seemingly forgot that the latest year it took place in was 1951 and featured vehicles and songs as new as 1957. Hopefully the developers have taken notes on the eras their games are taking place in since then.

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2016-06-19 05:07:04
US patridam

2016-06-19 04:33
The country squire is from 1973+ while the game is set in 1968 (I know video games aren't always accurate though). The country squire also has a very different roofline from this, with a thicker C pillar, a much thinner C pillar, and a rounded roof end above the hatch rather than the crease seen here. The wood paneling is very different and this car has obvious tail fins while the Ford does not.

I don't know what this is but it's not a mid seventies Country Squire.
US Carini89

2016-06-15 04:16
1959 Chrysler Windsor

www.stationwagon.com/gallery/pictures/1959_Chrysler_Windsor.jpg
US patridam

2016-06-15 01:28
Feels like mopar?

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