Chrysler imperial cg

First registration: 1931

Produced: 3228 pcs.

Body type: sedan

Transmission: 3-speed automatic

Traction: RWD (rear-wheel drive)

Engine type: spark-ignition 4-stroke

Fuel type: gasoline (petrol)

Power: 92kW/125HP

Top speed: -

The label Imperial was created when Chrysler wanted to try its hand in the luxury market. Chrysler set the bar high and compared itself with Packard, Lincoln and Cadillac. The first Imperial was produced in 1926, while the car offered here is from the first year of the model's greatly improved successor, 1931. The new Imperial had a completely new engine with eight cylinders and supremely elegant design. Chrysler among other things publicized the strength of the model with a number of speed records at Daytona Beach in 1931.

Chrysler plymouth pc

First registration: 1933

Produced: 10 853 pcs.

Body type: coupe

Transmission: 3-speed manual

Traction: RWD (rear-wheel drive)

Engine type: spark-ignition 4-stroke

Fuel type: gasoline (petrol)

Power: 52kW/70HP

Top speed: -

 

In 1931, Plymouth was suddenly the third most sold car brand in America. It gave them the courage to introduce a brand new engine that became quite legendary for its durability: the six-cylinder "flathead" engine came in 1932 together with PC model. Along the way it had, proven to be a long-lasting machine. The same cannot be said about the PC model itself. Chrysler had decided to build the model with a slightly shorter wheelbase, and customers simply found it too short. The PC model was therefore only built a year before it was replaced by the longer PD and is therefore quite rare.