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1929 Chrysler Series 75

Technical specifications of Chrysler Series 75 1929

Price: US $22,950.00
Item location: Wilkesboro, North Carolina, United States
Make: Chrysler
Model: Series 75
SubModel: Series 75
Type: Convertible
Year: 1929
Mileage: NA
VIN: NCS97835
Color: Copper and Pewter
Engine size: GM 327
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Brown
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Options: Convertible
Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed
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Car description

Mostly finished-1929 Chrysler Roadster. Lift off canvas top, finished interior. Frame off, fully boxed, IFS from Heidts, 4 Link Ford 9" with new Currie axels, newly rebuilt '60s 327 with a mild build, new 3 2's and linkage, newly rebuilt 700R4 transmission, new serpentine belt system, New stainless steering column. Wilwood disc brakes all four corners. New wiring harness, spare tire wheel wells removed, 4 new wide whitewall radial tires. New radiator and fans with shroud, new gauges, newly re-chromed headlights, new driving lights, new gas tank, new 2 1/2" custom exhaust. Has been driven and road tested for about 100 miles. More spent on the original car and parts as I am asking.

NC title has been applied for, it may take several months to receive. The car has a NC DMV number of NCS97835. The car came with a title that did not match (naturally). I had the NC DMV inspect the car. I applied for and received a bond on the title for the car of $45,000, that bond will come with the car.

Left to do; hood and hood sides not finished, but fit to body. Was a 4 piece, now a 3 piece with side tilt hood and re-moveable sides. Paint and Body work shows amateur workmanship; however, the underlying body was in great shape, no rust through of body panels, some wood replaced. Lift offtop looks pretty good but would surely leak. Still needs some of the weather stripping, door handles installed.

This is a rare vehicle, and priced as such. The chassis workmanship is very good and performed by a very experienced welder. As mentioned the body work leaves much to be desired, but if someone took the time and effort to finish the car properly it could be a stand out. I have another project I wish to complete and I only have room for one.

I will ship internationally; however, I will not pay any fees, duties, taxes, or transportation associated with the sale of the car. I will not allow pick up or delivery prior to my bank approving any check or wire transfer.





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