1931 Chrysler Sedan-This Antique TURNS HEADS on EVERY BLOCK
-Spectacular highly desirable early Chrysler sedan. Powerful,
sleek, and very road-worthy, a fantastic head turner. It's 4
suicide doors and appearance is that of a 'gangster boss' car. This
1931 Chrysler CM6 sedan is flashy, no question about it. The
two-tone Dark over light Green paint scheme looks right on this
four door sedan. 1931 Chrysler quality workmanship is incredible,
with expert attention to details. It does show some signs of use
but much less wear and tear then one might expect. Normal storage
with the intent never to make it a daily driver. The chrome shines
brilliantly and shows remarkable details from this era. Other
details include Chrysler-6 logo on the grill and hubcaps including
the spare tire on the rear bumper. Twin horns plus cow bell, fog
lamps, step plates / running boards, all add to the impressive look
of this fabulous sedan. The interior seats are trimmed with wide
pleats and some expected wear, a testament to quality materials and
workmanship. A full array of lovely white-faced instruments (and
you thought they were a recent invention, didn't you?) allows you
to keep an eye on the engine's vitals and they are all fully
functional, (except gas gauge needs appropriate float). A 'suicide
knob' on the steering wheel is original and legal for this period
auto. The Mohair rear seat is huge and includes 3 matching set of
side curtains and magnificent matching corded straps. Chrysler's
popularity likely stemmed from the impressive 217.6 cubic inch
inline-six engine that powers the CM6. With seven main bearings,
it's incomparably durable, and it makes a very robust 80
horsepower. Fully functioning, it shows about the right amount of
wear for the miles of touring, to be expected. A rebuilt gas pump,
radiator and brake lines assure safe touring. Everything under the
2 sided folding hood is easily accessable. You'll note the master
cylinder for the hydraulic brake system.
1931 Chrysler Sedan
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