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1928 Chrysler Roadster Model 72 w/Red Head Motor FIVA passport Price reduction

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In 1928, with the new Model 72, Chrysler racers performed admirably in European long-distance competitions.  Along with the 1928 Millie Miglia, additional races included both the 24 Hours of Le Mans and SPA 24 Hours. In total, the 72 Roadster model was entered in 13 races that year with 9 finishes (4 retirements); and was successful in part to the high compression 249/85 HP “Red Head” engine, one of the most powerful of the era.

Source Chrysler Museum

This car has a current FIVA card

This car was restored to world class standards in the early 70’s. It is a two time National Champion and a consistent award winner. 
 Most recently:

1)  Misslewood Concours, Endicott College, Beverly, Ma.  2016, Chrysler was the featured marque. Won: the Chrysler Imperial Trophy.

2) Boston Cup, Boston Ma.  2016, Won: 1st in American Class Trophy

3)  Greenwich Concours, 2018, Greenwich, Ct.  Won: Award of Speed and Style.

2016 - Received FIVA Passport that allows this car to race in the most important European events including the Mille Miglia.

This car is the street version of these famous race cars and has:

  • lnline 6cyl engine

  • 2 Stromberg carbs

  • Split manifold & headers

  • Parabeam headlamps

  • Rear mounted spare

Price is $125,000.00 Firm

Car comes with $30,000.00 worth of invoices for work done in the last two years including new steering box, shocks, etc.

E-mail kelly@classictag.net for additional information

 

 

 

 

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Harry I sent you an e-mail.  There are a lot of engine pictures so I sent you a file with the information on the car and all of the pictures.

Kelly

 

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On 9/16/2018 at 1:05 PM, HarryJ said:

Have you got a pic of the carb side of the engine?

Did you know those manifolds were lurking under the hood?  

 

 

I wonder, was a ‘28 Model 72. Chrysler originally fitted with a single updraft carb?

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I have removed a few posts from this discussion. The forum rules prohibit arguments or debates about cars for sale. If you are a potential buyer feel free to ask any questions that you need to. Please refrain from debates about pricing or value.

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5 minutes ago, MCHinson said:

I have removed a few posts from this discussion. The forum rules prohibit arguments or debates about cars for sale. If you are a potential buyer feel free to ask any questions that you need to. Please refrain from debates about pricing or value.

Thank you so much.  

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