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1925 CHRYSLER LAUNDALETTE
Very rare, very special and gorgeous. 1925 Chrysler Six Landaulet Chauffeured carriage. With drop down occasional seats to the luxurious passenger compartment. With many beautifully detailed Art Nouveau fittings and accessories which would put a Rolls-Royce to shame. Being unveiled at the New York motor show in January 1924 was described by journalists as the foundation of Chrysler. Streets ahead in its engineering with its large 6 cylinder 3300 cc engine and a high compression ratio of 4.7 and a 7 bearing crankshaft giving a 68 BHP. The first car to be fitted with hydraulic drum brakes on all 4 wheels. Being manufactured by the Chrysler corporation and produced from new with RIGHT HAND DRIVE STEERING. Wooden artillery wheels. Fully fitted roof rack. Bevelled glass chauffeured section. Side mounted spare, split screen, Fully collapsible leather Landaulet section to the rear. New radiator core. Finished in Ivory and Black. This very rare and collectable car must be seen to be appreciated.