May 16th 2015 Premier Automobile Sale (13)
Search By:
This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 5/15/2015
The Royal model Chrysler first appeared in 1933 as the CT Series. Features included sweeping fenders, suicide doors, dual wipers, dual taillights and dual trumpet horns. Prices ranged from $895.00 for the business coupe to $1085.00 for the convertible sedan. The customer-winning 6 cylinder was a success with its airflow design. Built with all steel construction, the engine was moved ahead of the front wheels and the rear seat ahead of the rear axle, “cradaling” passengers in the car. With an impressive waterfall grille, its headlamps were flush mounted and the doors and seats of extra width. Stronger, and weighing less than the earlier models, the Royal set numerous speed records.Presented, is the most valuable of the Chrysler Royal models, the Sedan Convertible. Originally from the esteemed Paul Stern Collection, the 1937 Chrysler was awarded the prestigious AACA National First Place in 1979. With its 3 speed synchronized manual floor mounted transmission, 228 cu in 93 hp motor, the Royal was a truly a driver’s car. Offered by an avid Mopar collector, and one of just 682 produced, the Royal Sedan Convertible would be a prized piece in anyone’s collection of rare and historic automobiles.• Originally from the Paul Stern Collection• Former AACA National First Place Winner•1 or 682 Produced• 228/93 Engine• 3-Speed Transmission
Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $11,250.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $46,750.00
Estimate: $45,000 - $55,000
Number Bids: 1
Auction closed on Friday, May 15, 2015.
Email A Friend
Ask a Question
Have One To Sell

Auction Notepad


You may add/edit a note for this item or view the notepad:  

Submit    Delete     View all notepad items