This is a rare piece of Mo-par history. Chryslers entry into the low priced field was introduced July 7, 1928 at Madison square garden. The first car driven into the arena by famed Amelia Earhart. This car was initially known as a Chrysler-Plymouth, the only 4 cylinder car in the Chrysler line up replacing the Chrysler model quot;52 quot;, shared many mechanical parts of the new 6 cylinder Desoto. This car was professionally restored frame up, no expense spared. It is absolutely stunning, the black and green body, black fenders and brown beltline contrast perfect with the black top and wide whitewalls. This is a mirror finish car with beautiful brown mohair interior with all show chrome and glass. All the mechanics were completely re-machined including the engine, 302 miles since restored. This is an investment grade collector car. Complete video of this vehicle available for $50, refunded with vehicle purchase, and includes overnight shipping of video. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information.
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