1938 Chrysler Royal 5 window club coupe. The restoration started
and the Chrysler was taken to the shop, where it was completely
dismantled down to the frame. The driveline was pulled and the
frame and body were prepared for blasting, and paint. The engine
was disassembled, rebuilt, and repainted. Meticulous care went into
making sure everything was in order, even the lines and wiring in
the engine bay were sorted through. All the engine accessories were
also repainted to correctly match. Months later, the engine was
finally reunited with the now bead blasted and painted frame and
suspension components and the beautifully refinished Body adorned
with Blue Turquoise paint . Several more months of interior work
was completed, including refinished seats and interior components,
floor mats, door handles, dash knobs, and bright metalwork. The
restoration was a lengthy one occupying hundreds of hours. Hard to
find this days wen the most business coupe's are gone. Comes with a
original 1938 license plate and cover .Registration in my name with
the FCH Historical services. Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
**Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT
1938 Chrysler Royal
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