1937 Airflow C17 Sedan, Survivor

1937 Chrysler Airflow C-17 $34,950. Contact Danny O'Neill. 816-786-8824 or beanbaron@outlook.com.


Flo is what the industry calls a ‘survivor’, nearly 100% original. In 1958, a Chrysler dealer purchased her from a local doctor and his mechanics lovingly doted on her until we purchased her in 2011. Her original owners manual is still in the glove compartment, along with her service records neatly recorded on index cards throughout the 1940’s.


After driving her for a few years, we had an Airflow legend (Phil Putman) completely overhaul the entire drivetrain and every mechanical component. Flo is 99%+ original and could easily cruise across country right now at the speed limit, averaging 17-19 MPG.


Built from 1934 to 1937, the Chrysler Airflows were revolutionary and led the way for future automotive design. The unibody construction, streamlined body, top-quality mechanics, and Art Deco styling made them unlike anything else on the road at the time. The Airflow utilizes design cues a full 10 to 15 years ahead of the industry. During the Depression years of the 1930's, however, the Airflows were so ahead of the time that few were sold. Today, they are regarded as one of the landmarks in automotive design history.


Flo is totally unmolested and her mechanical work was completed gracefully, thoroughly, and gently by patient hands with many, many decades of Airflow experience. She’s won numerous First Place awards at car shows, including from the prestigious Airflow Car Club of America (12 awards).


Her recent work includes the following:

Complete engine rebuild

Carburetor rebuild

Rebuilt starter

Generator rebuild

Water pump rebuild

Radiator rebuild (complete with new core)

New brakes, wheel cylinders and master cylinder

New motor mounts

New speedometer cable

New exhaust system

New windows and window seals

Rebuilt gauges

Rebuilt windshield washer motors

Gas tank boiled and relined with fuel lines replaced

Completely new wiring harness

New tires and tubes (Coker 750 R16)

New marine grade plywood floor

New date-matched carpeting (matched to same mill from 1937)

New Optima battery and new heavy duty battery cables

New coil

New plugs, plug wires

New distributor, cap, points, rotor, etc.

New rear axles and all axle seals

Rebuilt clutch

New tie rod ends


Additions:

seat belts (6)

electric fuel pump (mechanical still in place and also rebuilt)

turn signals and flashers


Extras

Airflow Club of America newsletters (9 years)

Boxes and boxes of Airflow parts and misc. odds and ends

Custom made California car cover


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