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The Grovewood Village in Asheville NC has a small car collection that includes a 1928 Chandler Sedan. The gentleman in charge of the collection told me that the Chandler runs and is driven occasionally.

I thought I’d share a few photos of one of my favorite cars.

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Thank you for posting Bill

 

While the display card is correct Chandler was sold to Hupp in 1928, they did make one more year's worth of cars for 1929. In fact this car is a 1929. The 1928's and 1929's have very different radiator emblems and hubcaps. I have the little brother to this car, a 1929 Five Passenger sedan Model 65 (6 cylinder). This car is a Model 85.

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