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  1. Funny, these sellers who hose down the car with water to make the paint and chrome brighter right before they takes pics of it.
  2. Chrysler I believe had disc brakes in the late 40's early 50's on some special models. I know for sure the 55 Imperial 56 Imperial Limo's had disc brakes, not the standard 55 Imperials
  3. Paige I think??? Sorry, I see someone had the answer above
  4. There are only 10 CW LeBaron Custom Airflows from 1934-1937 left. 3-1934's, 4-1935's, 1-1936, 2- 1937's. 146.5 inch Wheelbase. 384.8 C.I. straight 8-145-150 hp. CW had a 4 bar bumpers and one piece curve windshield. All lesser Chrysler Airflow's had 3 bar bumpers and a split windshield The CX in the photo is basically the lesser model CV Imperial with a extended wheelbase of 137.5 inches, 323.5 C.I. 8 cylinder with some Lebaron touches. I believe the original owner of the car posted on the forum was owned by some oil company president in the southern mid west. Humble oil? I'll have to look that up in my files to confirm. Milton Hershey had one of the 3 CW's built in 1937, but believe it no longer exist. Maybe it went to the war scrape drive of WWII? The fender shirts did survive and Hershey's chauffeur gave, or sold them to a vendor at the Hershey swap meet. The 1934 Chrysler CW Custom Imperial enclosed drive limo that was the display car for Chrysler at the 1933-1934 Century of Progress-Chicago Worlds Fair has recently been discovered and documented.
  5. There are only 10 CW LeBaron Custom Airflows from 1934-1937 left. 3-1934's, 4-1935's, 1-1936, 2- 1937's. 146.5 inch Wheelbase. 384.8 C.I. straight 8-145-150 hp. CW had a 4 bar bumpers and one piece curve windshield. All lesser Chrysler Airflow's had 3 bar bumpers and a split windshield The CX in the photo is basically the lesser model CV Imperial with a extended wheelbase of 137.5 inches, 323.5 C.I. 8 cylinder with some Lebaron touches. I believe the original owner of the car posted on the forum was owned by some oil company president in the southern mid west. Humble oil? I'll have to look that up in my files to confirm. Milton Hershey had one of the 3 CW's built in 1937, but believe it no longer exist. Maybe it went to the war scrape drive of WWII? The fender shirts did survive and Hershey's chauffeur gave, or sold them to a vendor at the Hershey swap meet. The 1934 Chrysler CW Custom Imperial enclosed drive limo that was the display car for Chrysler at the 1933-1934 Century of Progress-Chicago Worlds Fair has recently been discovered and documented.
  6. Its a 1934 Model CX. Not the huge Big Custom 8 Imperial CW. This car survives today and is restored The CW had a one piece curve windshield. First in the industry. Not a split windshield as with this CX
  7. Its a 1934 Model CX. Not the huge Big Custom 8 Imperial CW. This car survives today and is restored The CW had a one piece curve windshield. First in the industry. Not a split windshield as with this CX
  8. Nettercutt Museum 20 Grand. It use to be in the Twin Cites Minnesota. I believe Mr. Archer from the company ADM owned it
  9. Eddie, I see you reached 15,000 postive Reputation Reactions tonight. I see you also have over 10,000 post. Congrats and Thanks
  10. Neat.... Brand name tire was call and made by "Falls Cord" .....
  11. Looks like a 3 year Minnesota plate that was good from years 1912,1913 and 1914
  12. Big whitewalls on a car from this era remind me of "Big White Toilet Seats". Great if your a plumber by trade
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