1935 CHRYSLER AIRSTREAM C6 COUPE Automatic HotRod , Edelbrock 3.9 v8 small block , twin carb . Absolutely gorgeous car to look at , sounds amazing ! Unfinished project , interior panels missing ( see pictures ) brakes needs attention, there is some rust on side ( see pictures ) could do with new tyres , some money needs to be spend to be roadworthy, stars runs and drives ( for loading purposes )
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Built between 1934 and 1937, the Chrysler Airflow was revolutionary and led the way for future automotive design. The unibody construction, streamlined body, top-quality mechanics and Art Deco styling made them unlike anything else on the road at the time, with design cues fully 10-15 years ahead of the industry. During the Depression years of the 1930`s however, the Airflows were so ahead of the
1964 Imperial convertible,one of a limited production run of only 922,finished in the factory Persian White,with a complimenting white leather,and burgundy interior.Chrysler`s workhorse 413 V8 provides the power,backed up to an automatic transmission,P.S.,and P.B.This is an excellent road car,that runs and drives as a luxury MOPAR should. Price: $23,900
Winter is coming! Get to grips with bad weather by landing yourself a modern classic SUV. Here are six four-wheel-drive classics for under $5000, proving that not all off-roaders need be expensive or as utilitarian as a barn...
In 1928, with the new Model 72, Chrysler racers performed admirably in European long-distance competitions. Along with the 1928 Millie Miglia, additional races included both the 24 Hours of Le Mans and SPA 24 Hours. In total, the 72 Roadster model was entered in 13 races that year with 9 finishes (4 retirements); and was successful in part to the high compression 249/85 HP “Red Head” engine, o