1990 Chrysler TC by Maserati Chrysler head honcho Lee Iacocca in the 1980s teamed up with Maseratis Alejandro de Tomaso to produce sporty coupes that combined the so-called best of both brands. The result: the Chrysler TC by Maserati. (TC is short for Turbo Convertible). It made its debut at the 1986 Los Angeles auto show and rolled on the Q-platform. For consignment, the cohabitation between Chrysler and the Italians based on the LeBaron platform. This version sports the 3.0 V6 engine with EFi and puts out 141 horses, and combined with the Ultradrive 4-speed automatic, it can handle an interstate or a curvy back road with the top down, soft top up or hardtop installed for winter motoring. Exterior Light Yellow bathes this co-effort, and this one is a convertible and has a matching hardtop. This paint is all original and in very good condition as with only a few flaws and some cracking of the finish noted on the drivers front fender. A nice black canvas manual convertible top moves up and down smoothly, and for winter driving you can use the body matching hardtop. Heated side view mirrors hang off of straight steel for this luxury sports car, and it rolls on polished, woven mag wheels wrapped in like new blackwall rubber. Interior Black leather in very good condition covers the door panel inserts and wide luxurious front bucket seats as well as rear side panels. Of note are the age wrinkles and color loss in the drivers outer bolster as well as on the pillow top lower cushion. In back in lieu of a rear seat is a curved faded black carpeted covered lid that lifts and offers up a storage area that has the space saver spare. This black carpeting is also seen in the trunk and all the chairs float in it and has storage area matching fade on the flooring. The warmth continues with the dash also in black stitched leather covered and sporting some wood burl accenting. In contrast the dash top uses white stitching for the black leather around the instrument cluster. Inserted in the dash center is an Infinity II 10 speaker sound system which provides enough wattage to have good music even with the top down at speed. Adding more luxury are power seats, and a tilt steering wheel also wrapped in black leather. Toggles for the tonneau top and convertible are just behind the driver. Drivetrain Under the hood and looking good is the Mitsubishi produced 3.0 Liter V6 with EFI. It shows a little dust but is in all good unrestored condition. New valve cover gaskets and spark plugs were recently installed as well as a new water pump, radiator, hoses, timing belt, and AC compressor. On back is an Ultradrive A604 4-speed automatic transmission pushing power forward to a 3.42 final drive rear axle. Undercarriage Very well kept down below with a uniform black finish with some patina and road splash but a solid unibody construction. Front independent coil sprung suspension along with rear coil sprung suspension and power disc brakes from the factory are bolted on. A stock exhaust is on and is nice and clean with no rust. Our consignor notes that the right front caliper and pads were recently replaced, and a trailer hitch has been added should you want to bring extras along on your trek. Drive-Ability Slipping inside the black leather interior I turned the key and the 6 cylinders came to life. It delivered nice smooth power and cruises at highway speeds, and then some, with ease. It handled nicely and all functionality was working perfectly. A collaboration between 3 automakers, those being Chrysler, Maserati, and Mitsubishi make this a true worldwide car and an interesting concept. Only 7,000 cars were sold during its run so its somewhat rare. This beautiful door combo all comes together to make a luxury sports car that is a convertible and comes with a hardtop. Year-round enjoyment is what it sounds like to me.