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Classic Cars : 1927 Chrysler Series 60 Tourer (Pale Green / Black)

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1927 Chrysler Series 60 Tourer (Pale Green / Black)
Maker CHRYSLER
Model Series 60
Year of issue 1927
Condition used
Listing type vehicle for sale
Listing status active
Price type negotiable
Description

1927 Chrysler Series 60 Tourer (Pale Green / Black)

BRIEF HISTORY

 

Having rescued Willys from their financial woes but failed in his attempt to wrest control of the firm from John Willys, Walter Chrysler obtained a controlling stake in the ailing Maxwell Motor Company. By 1925 he had dropped the Maxwell name, rebranded the business as the Chrysler Corporation and created a triumvirate of notably gifted engineers in Breer, Skelton and Zeder. The launch of their new Series 50, 60, 70 and Imperial 80 models soon followed. Their numerical designations reputedly reflected the top speeds of which each variant was capable and therefore related to the size of engine fitted. The range was intended to provide customers with well-engineered cars at and affordable price and were, in many ways, ahead of their time - even featuring hydraulic braking on all four wheels. The approach was successful, with the company shooting to fourth place in the burgeoning American car market by 1927, as a result of some 192,083 sales. The splendid-looking right-hand drive Series 60 Four-Door Open Tourer offered was manufactured in 1927 and features Pale Green over Black bodywork and Black leather upholstery. It powered by a six cylinder engine of 2955cc mated to a three-speed manual gearbox. It is understood to have been imported from New Zealand some 20 years ago, where it had undergone an extensive restoration. It retains many period features, including the wooden artillery wheels. It was recently equipped with a new battery, while the brake master cylinder was overhauled and the front brakes relined and serviced cost over £4000 all invioces. The bodywork is excellent and I have to say is in near concourse condition, the interior trim is lovely. The engine is all polished mirror finish on the brass and gearbox is excellent and always starts an is so smooth an quite. This charming vintage tourer is being sold complete with new full weather equipment and tonneau, original driver's instruction manual, photos and black and white vintage photos of the engine work in New Zealand and has full handbooks. This car is a real pleasure to drive and is as rare as they come; this is a very wise investment and is better than any Rolls Royce and Bentley Engineering. The Chrysler is more solid and better quality, and dont forget it is an original right hand drive very unique and rare.

 

SOLD

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Title: 1927 Chrysler Series 60 Tourer (Pale Green / Black)
Description:

1927 Chrysler Series 60 Tourer (Pale Green / Black)

BRIEF HISTORY

 

Having rescued Willys from their financial woes but failed in his attempt to wrest control of the firm from John Willys, Walter Chrysler obtained a controlling stake in the ailing Maxwell Motor Company. By 1925 he had dropped the Maxwell name, rebranded the business as the Chrysler Corporation and created a triumvirate of notably gifted engineers in Breer, Skelton and Zeder. The launch of their new Series 50, 60, 70 and Imperial 80 models soon followed. Their numerical designations reputedly reflected the top speeds of which each variant was capable and therefore related to the size of engine fitted. The range was intended to provide customers with well-engineered cars at and affordable price and were, in many ways, ahead of their time - even featuring hydraulic braking on all four wheels. The approach was successful, with the company shooting to fourth place in the burgeoning American car market by 1927, as a result of some 192,083 sales. The splendid-looking right-hand drive Series 60 Four-Door Open Tourer offered was manufactured in 1927 and features Pale Green over Black bodywork and Black leather upholstery. It powered by a six cylinder engine of 2955cc mated to a three-speed manual gearbox. It is understood to have been imported from New Zealand some 20 years ago, where it had undergone an extensive restoration. It retains many period features, including the wooden artillery wheels. It was recently equipped with a new battery, while the brake master cylinder was overhauled and the front brakes relined and serviced cost over £4000 all invioces. The bodywork is excellent and I have to say is in near concourse condition, the interior trim is lovely. The engine is all polished mirror finish on the brass and gearbox is excellent and always starts an is so smooth an quite. This charming vintage tourer is being sold complete with new full weather equipment and tonneau, original driver's instruction manual, photos and black and white vintage photos of the engine work in New Zealand and has full handbooks. This car is a real pleasure to drive and is as rare as they come; this is a very wise investment and is better than any Rolls Royce and Bentley Engineering. The Chrysler is more solid and better quality, and dont forget it is an original right hand drive very unique and rare.

 

SOLD

Year of issue: 1927
Listing type: vehicle for sale
Listing status: active
Price type: negotiable
Engine type: 2955
Transmission: manual
Number of cylinders: 4
Number of speeds: 4Spd
Fuel type: petrol
Exterior colors: Pale Green/Black
Number of doors: 4
Interior colors: Black Leather
Number of seats: 4
Exterior colors: Pale Green/Black
Number of doors: 4
Interior colors: Black Leather
Number of seats: 4
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