Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1931
Chrysler four-door CM6. The Cm series was introduced in 1931 as an
early release 1932 model. It was a popular model for Chrysler with
38,817 units sold. The all- new Chrysler CS was built a wider
profile and a V-type radiator built on a double drop frame design.
The four-door sedan was the most popular model with seating for
five and a price tag of $895. Considered a great value in 1931 due
to its great performance, materials and design. Our 1931 Chrysler
four-door CM6 is a true survivor. One can see hints of the original
blue paint in the aged patina. Dual mounted spare tires and rear
luggage rack add to the classic look of this nicely designed '31.
One can just imagine how beautiful this car looked with the yellow
wire wheels and original blue paint. The interior sports a mohair
tan interior which is in good shape with no rips or tears. All the
window shades are intact, and the dash is in good shape. Under the
hood is a six-cylinder "Silver Dome engine that produces an
impressive 80hp. Other features are a three-speed manual gearbox
and four- wheel hydraulic brakes. This survivor 1931 Chrysler
Four-door CM6 reminiscent of an era gone by. A model that was
considered to be on the spitting edge of styling and horsepower in
1931 Chrysler CM-6
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