This automobile is a one-of-a-kind custom specially built for
Chrysler Corporation founder Walter P. Chrysler. Mr. Chrysler chose the
special exterior burgundy paint, along with many other special features.
Some of these special features are listed below:
This 1932 Imperial
features a custom body built by Chrysler. It has a lengthened hood
fitted with door type side hood ventilators. The car also has early bowl
type headlights, and a special fabric covered arched hardtop roofline.
Skirted fenders with storage compartments, wire-spoke wheels and 4-wheel
hydraulic brakes were also fitted. The interior is abundantly endowed
with exotic wood trim and has full instrumentation
for both the driver and rear seat passengers.
Corporation has manufactured automobiles continuously from 1924 to the
present date, excluding the WW II war years.
Vehicle on loan courtesy of the
Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village Dearborn, MI