This 1931 Chrysler Special Roadster is a custom-bodied one-off car, built as the vision-quest of its creator for his own use – an auto-body restorer of classics in Oklahoma that knew what he wanted and built it. Starting with a huge 153.5 inch wheelbase (same as a Duesenberg) and an overall length of 21 feet, this car features:
45055 miles, a Ford 351 Cleveland V8, column-shift automatic transmission with built-in gear indicator on the dash, power steering, disc-brakes, working vintage air conditioning and more! The exhaust sounds completely stock, very quiet without a big cam or anything, adding more to the restomod feel of the car. It even has turn signals embedded in the headlights.
It was once in famed collector Robert Pass’s collection just to give you an idea of its quality. This unique motorcar is a rolling work of art and ideal for everything from touring to showing at car events where it will receive attention as only a unique one-off car can. Given its reliability and phenomenal looks, it would also make for a dynamic movie car!
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