This 1936 Chrysler Airflow has been a great car, lots of fun to own and drive. We've made a half dozen trips to the Oregon coast with our local old car club and one long one from our home in Canyonville to Backer City Oregon, a 1000-mile round trip on the weekend of 9-11. We did experience a little vapor lock on the warm September day, which was fixed by dumping a quart of diesel fuel in the gas tank, a tip from one of the veteran club members. Now the wife and I have decided to offer the car for sale to whomever may be interested.
1936 Chrysler Airflow C-10 Imperial
Four Door Sedan
Three-speed transmission with automatic overdrive
Black exterior, original Original condition unrestored
New 6 volt Optima Battery
Odometer reads 69999
Asking $25,000 firm.
The vehicle is garage kept and driven on a limited basis. The exterior displays some age-related wear, the running boards are good, there's no outstanding damage to fenders or body. Interior, the front seat and headliner are good. Back seat and doors panels show age-related wear. The heater works; the radio hums at the speaker when on. All dash instruments function except the clock. New brakes, new tires. Engine runs fine; there was a complete engine rebuild in 1968 by previous owner. The car was then put in storage for 32 yrs. until I bought it in 2000. The car is located in Southern Oregon. Contact Robert Farris 541-733-7677 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more photos and information.
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