The first Nassau was a subseries of the 1955 Chrysler Windsor Deluxe, a low-priced hardtop that replaced the club coupe and was dropped after; it was nearly identical to the Windsor Deluxe Newport, pictured, with only minor trim differences. Prices ranged from $2,700 to $2,850. Like all Windsors, it was powered by the 331 cubic inch Hemi (the New Yorker was powered by the 354 Hemi V-8).
After that, every Chrysler Nassau was a concept car or design study, starting with the 2000 car that ended up being produced as the Chrysler 300.
The 2007 Chrysler Nassau was launched at the 2007 Detroit Auto Show. Based on the existing 300, this Nassau appeared to be a design study for the next generation LX cars or for a long-wheelbase version of the 300C, with some novel dashboard ideas to be taken up by the later 200C concept.
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