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1937 CHRYSLER AIRFLOW C 17 SEDAN

Meadow Brook Blue Exterior

Beige Cloth Interior

323.5ci. 8 Cylinder Engine

3 Speed on the Floor Transmission

Properly Functioning Overdrive

Suicide Doors

Radio Equipped (not functioning) Also has Radio Delete Plate

128″ Wheel Base

Optima Battery

Fender Skirts

Electric Fuel Pump

Functional Automatic Choke

4,600 Produced

Professionally Refinished Exterior Paint

Bedford Cord Cloth Interior Replaced Within 2 Years

1st U.S. Production Car with Tubular Steel Production

Wright Brothers Assisted in First U.S. Car Designed Using A Wind Tunnel

Last Year of Airflow Production

Great Touring Car at Road Speed

 

The Chrysler Airflow is an automobile produced by the Chrysler Corporation from 1934 to 1937. The Airflow was the first full-size American production car to use streamlining as a basis for building a sleeker automobile, one less susceptible to air resistance. Chrysler made the first effort at a fundamental change in automotive design with the Chrysler Airflow.

1937
In its final year, the Airflow was reduced to one model, the Airflow Eight, offered as a two-door coupe and four-door sedan. A total of 4,600 units were produced before the program was cancelled. Flat dashboards with recessed controls, soft door handles, and padding on the back of the front seats where new safety features.

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