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1926 Chrysler G-70 Roadster 

1926 Chrysler G-70 Roadster for sale
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1926 Was An Exciting Year For Chrysler As It Was The First Year This Automaker Was Used To Pace The Indianapolis 500 Race.

How Often Do You See A Full Size CHRYSLER Roadster Like This, Many Fords, But Very RARE To See A Chrysler!!

The Series 70 Had A 112.8 Inch Wheelbase And Driven By An L-Head Cylinder Engine Offering Nearly 70 Horsepower And A Three Speed Transmission And Braking Was By Four-Wheel Hydraulic Brakes.

The Sportiest Model In The G-70 Series Was The 4 Passenger Roadster Which Came Equipped With A Rumble Seat That Featured A Rather Unusual 2-Piece Folding Lid. Designed For The Man Of Means An Access Door Was Provided At The Rear Right Side Of The Car To Hold Golf Bags Or Packages.

The Chrysler Corporation has been in existence since the early 1920's with their first vehicle offered for mass production being the Model B-70. It was introduced to the public at the New York Auto Show held at the city's Hotel Commodore. The vehicle was very versatile with nine body styles being offered that ranged from a $2725 through $3225.

The vehicles were offered in a variety of two- and four- door configurations with seating that could accommodate up to five passengers. Mounted under the hood was a six cylinder L-head engine that displaced just over 200 cubic inches and produced nearly 70 horsepower. The engine was mated to a three speed manual gearbox with floor shift controls, shaft drive, and a conventional clutch. Braking was by four wheel hydraulics. All body styles rode on a 112.75 Inch wheelbase and had a length of 160 inches.

The response was positive, with nearly 80,000 examples of both the Chrysler and the Maxwells sold. As such, little was changed in the following year.

The Series 70 would remain in production until 1931. It had withstood the onset of the Great Depression and by the early 1930s, was feeling its age.

This Fine Rare Example Was Purchased From An Estate, The Car We Are Listing Here Has Had The Motor Redone 2 Years Ago Along With The Fuel System, Brakes, Carburetor, Starter, Ignition System And Generator Were Converted To 12 Volt For Faster And Easier Staring.

Enclosed Door To Door Transportation Is Available Along With Long Term And Low Rate Financing..

PLEASE PHONE AHEAD TO ARRANGE TO VIEW THIS CAR, AS IT IS LISTED OFF SITE.

This is a consignment vehicle and the information above was provided by the current owner. We can make no guarantees as to the accuracy of the above information. However, please understand as with all pre-owned automobiles, the described condition is subjective.
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$29,900

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