1931 Chrysler CD 2nd Series Dual Cowl Phaeton — 2950 Miles 261 ci 88HP 8cyl (CD 2nd Series) ManualDual Cowl Phaeton


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The 1930s saw Chrysler introducing its Imperial Eight and continued updates to its core six-cylinder models. It was no accident that Chrysler, the flagship of Walter Chrysler’s automotive empire, was the last marque in the company to adopt a straight eight engine. It is significant however that it’s Eight was the best of the three, larger than those of the 1930 DeSoto or Dodge.

A few closed bodies were produced, mostly for show cars, (for example a beautiful black 1930 Ruxton five-passenger sedan shown at the 1929 Chicago Salon) but none in any significant numbers.On rumble seat equipped roadsters, Locke offered a nifty little side door that allowed entry and exit without having to crawl over the body. Other roadsters were built with a completely disappearing top which folded into a purpose-built cavity covered by a hinged deck panel.

The limo had a glass partition between the front and rear passenger compartments.The 1930s saw Chrysler introducing its Imperial Eight and continued updates to its core six-cylinder models. It was no accident that Chrysler, the flagship of Walter Chrysler’s automotive empire, was the last marque in the company to adopt a straight eight engine.





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