1935 Chrysler Airflow 324/130 HP 8-cylinder L-head engine

4 hits ID #21267


Unibody construction
128 inch wheelbase
324/130 HP 8-cylinder L-head engine
3-speed overdrive transmission
One of the first cars to be designed in a wind tunnel
The body is finished in dark blue and features standard rear skirts with bright stylized wings. The chrome-plated one-piece front and rear bumpers are more solid and narrow than in 1934, and they balance the grille with its cloisonné Chrysler badge and five bright horizontal bars. Flush-mounted round headlights are mounted on either side of the grille, while a painted steel and bright-trimmed spare tire cover adds colorful detail to the rear deck. The interior is trimmed in button-tufted beige cloth with brown carpeting, with the rear compartment floor featuring a folding footrest. The instrument panel is finished in wood grain with large round instruments in the center and a large glovebox on both sides. The steering wheel and door garnish molding match the wood grain of the instrument panel.


Make Chrysler
Model Airflow
Year 1935
Mileage 15383
Engine 324 CI
Interior Color Beige
Exterior Color Blue
Transmission Manual
Number of Cylinders 8
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) C23263
Fuel Type Gasoline

$ 8100.00