This is the astonishing 1934 Chrysler CV 4 door sedan. This is the original first version, which was lunched in 1934. The first American aerodynamic car. Because of the extravagant body and new technical solutions was this car unfortunately not sold very well. Chrysler produced just 1997 cars from this model in 1934. This car was bought in 2008 by Kanter in USA. After a 3 years of thoroughly and completely reconstruction we started to drive with the car to the oldtimers shows. The car is drivable any time, is fully operational, everything works. If you have any question, please contact me.
Price is negotiable. Possible to trade for 1948- 1949 Cadillac or Packard in any condition.
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