Oldtimer picture gallery. Cars. 1935 Chrysler Airflow.
1935 Chrysler C1, C2, C3, CW
Year of production: 1935
Overall production: 7751 units
4x2 rear wheel drive front motor car
C1 Airflow 8, wheelbase - 123,0 inches:
2-passenger business Coupe, 3823 pounds, 1245 US dollars, 72 built
6-passenger coupe, 3883 pounds, 1245 US dollars, 307 built
6-passenger sedan, 3828 pounds, 1245 US dollars, 4617 built
C2 Imperial Airflow 8, wheelbase - 128,0 inches:
6-passenger coupe, 4003 pounds, 1475 US dollars, 200 built
6-passenger 4-door sedan, 3998 pounds (1815 kg), 1475 US dollars, 2398 built
C3 Custom Imperial Airflow 8, wheelbase - 137,5 inches:
6-passenger 4-door sedan, 4208 pounds, 2245 US dollars, 69 built
6-passenger 4-door Town sedan, 4308 pounds, 2245 US dollars, 1 built
8-passenger sedan limousine, 4378 pounds, 2345 US dollars, 53 built
8-passenger Town sedan limousine, 4478 pounds, 2345 US dollars, 2 built
CW Custom Imperial Airflow 8, wheelbase - 146,5 inches:
8-passenger sedan, 4785 pounds, 5000 US dollars, 15 built
8-passenger sedan limousine, 5990 pounds, 5145 US dollars, 15 built
8-passenger Town sedan limousine, 5090 pounds, 5145 US dollars, 2 built
C1: 115hp(optional - 120 hp)/?rpm, Straight 8 - cyl, 323,5 cid, bore/stroke: 3,25/4,88 inches
Compression ratio: ? : 1
C2, C3: 130hp(optional - 138 hp)/3400rpm, Straight 8 - cyl, 323,5 cid, bore/stroke: 3,25/4,88 inches
Torque: 250 or 265/1600rpm
Compression ratio: 6,5 or 7,45 with optional cylinder head
CW: 150 hp/?rpm, Straight 8 - cyl, 384,8 cid, bore/stroke: 3,50/5,00 inches
Compression ratio: ? : 1
Length: ?mm, width: ?mm, height: ?mm
Road clearance: ?mm
Carburettor: Stromberg 2V model EE-22
Three-speed transmission with overdrive (=4th gear)
Free-wheeling or automatic clutch by selection through in or out rod on instrument panel
Maximal speed: ? km/h
Tyres: 7,50 x 16 inches (C2)
Fuel tank capacity: ? L
Fuel consumption: ? L/100km
Photos are from:
Classic Auto Register Service.
Data are from the "Encyclopedia of American cars", Publications International, Ltd., 1993, USA.
Thanks for help to G. Marshall Naul (Maryland, USA), owner of black 4-door C2 in 1941-1942.
His memories about this car seemed very interesting to me:
"The steering wheel was nearly vertical but the rake was adjustable to some extent but only by removing bolts from the support behind the instrument panel. Two doors in instrument panel opening what were called glove compartments. Also two cranks to adjust the opening of the split windshield. Two small ash trays in instrument panel and two wiper adjustments above the split windshield. Two hood vents one on each side of the split windshield. Starter was operated by a chrome-plated push button above ignition key. Two large circular glass-covered panels in the middle of instrument panel containing speedometer and odometer and other readings.
The instrument panel was quite spectacular as it was considerably longer than most of that era, and the background was a synthetic woodgrain of some sort."
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