A Few Classic MOPARS from the Seattle Auto Show

1925 Chrysler 70

This 1925 Chrysler 70 70 touring represents the beginning of Chrysler’s engineering legacy, with full 4 wheel hydraulic brakes, high compression six cylinder engine with full pressure lubrication with a 70 MPH top speed.

1925 Chrysler 70

The Frederickson Classics™ presents a premiere exhibition, “Reflections: Progress in Design.” These stylized cars from private collectors feature the Chrysler marquee showing design changes over five decades and the many innovations incorporated in later and current automobiles.

1931 Chrysler Roadster

The 1931 Chrysler Roadster represented even higher levels of performance than just six years earlier. The car has a powerful eight cylinder engine and a four speed transmission. These Chryslers were beautiful classics, setting many speed records, and were raced successfully in the United States and Europe.

1931 Chrysler Roadster

1935 Chrysler Airflow

The pinnacle of Chrysler Corporation’s engineering genius was at least 10 years ahead of its time. The vehicle features automatic choke, power brakes, overdrive, uni-body type construction and performance ahead much of its competition. Many of its innovations were incorporated into later Chryslers and other makes.

1935 Chrysler Airflow

1947 Chrysler Town and Country

These limited-production, hand-built convertibles were the epitome of class and high style. With their fluid drive with smooth and powerful straight eight engines, the “woody” look remains the benchmark of style and quality from the 1940s.

1925 Chrysler Town and Country

1955 Chrysler Windsor

For 1955 Chrysler spent a reported $100 Million on restyling all of its cars. This restyle brought the corporation’s products up to date visually, matching their modern V-8 engines, automatic transmissions, power steering and other advances. This 1955 Windsor shows this new style quite well, with its wire wheels and beautiful fifties color contrasts.

1955 Chrysler Windsor

1957 Chrysler 300

Arguably the high point of finned 1950’s style and Chrysler’s famous Hemi V8 performance. The “300” is powered by the legendary 392 Hemi with dual four barrels carburetors. Mated to the famous Torque-Flite transmission, the engine produced 375 horsepower.

1957 Chrysler 300

1961 Chrysler New Yorker

The New Yorker represents the last of line for the Virgil Exner-designed “finned” Chryslers. It features the famous Torsion Bar suspension, rugged Torque-Flite transmission and powerful 413 cubic inch V8. Chrysler also pioneered Electro-minescent dash lighting on this car, along with swivel bucket seats, cruise control and numerous power-assisted accessories.

1961 Chrysler New Yorker

1964 Plymouth Fury Indy Pace Car

One of only 33 made, this Fury was one of two pace cars used in the 1965 Indianapolis 500. The other Plymouths were auctioned off and their whereabouts unknown, this car is valued from $65-100,000.

1964 Plymouth Fury Indy Pace Car

The Harold LeMay Museum in Tacoma, is the largest collection of classic and vintage automobiles, trucks, and motorcycles in the world The Collection, recognized by many as a national treasure, represents the American experience with the automobile as it spans the 20th century and features virtually every American make as well as numerous foreign cars.

From the Seattle Auto Show.com website

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