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1937 Chrysler Custom Imperial Eight 7-Passenger Sedan

1937 Chrysler Custom Imperial Eight in Holt of the Secret Service, Mini-Series, 1941 IMDB Ep. 6

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1937 Chrysler Custom Imperial Eight 7-Passenger Sedan

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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Raul1983 FI

2009-04-25 22:50

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Ddey65 US

2009-04-26 01:20

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Chrysler something.

big dave VA

2009-04-26 03:38

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1937 Crown Imperial Touring Sedan or Limousine. Like this - http://www.imperialclub.com/Yr/1937/37Limo/09-tn.jpg .
Windows look long on the side so I go with Limousine.

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pilou BE

2009-04-26 12:12

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1937 Chrysler Custom Imperial Eight 7 passenger sedan or sedan limousine on the 140-inch wheelbase chassis ( series C-15).The litterature of 1937 mentions Custom Imperial ( not Crown Imperial) for the C-15 series.

big dave VA

2009-04-26 17:19

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Please check this web site - http://www.imperialclub.com/Yr/1937/37Limo/index.htm

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pilou BE

2009-04-27 09:42

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I checked the 1937 and 1938 brochures on the tocmp web site and the Imperial web site and for me it is a 1937 Chrysler Custom Imperial Eight Sedan or Sedan Limousine : under 1937 the Imperial web site says : " In 1937 , except for the Airflow, the eight cylinder Chrysler cars bore the name Imperial or Custom Imperial .The Custom cars ran a wheelbase of 140 inches in 2 body types :the seven passenger sedan and the sedan limousine.The latter had a crank-operated glass partition behind the front compartment " .I did not find the term " Crown" in the 1937 and 1938 brochures.
The term "Crown" became used in 1940 :under 1940 the Imperial web site says : " In 1940 all Imperial Cars were consolidated under a single banner :the "Crown Imperial"
In George H. Dammannn's book " 70 years of Chrysler ( 1974 Crestline Publishing LCCCN 74-75795 ) the name of Crown Imperial also appears for the first time on a 1940 car.Others have already correctly listed a few 1937 Chrysler Imperials as Imperial ( short chassis) or Custom Imperial ( long chassis)on this site

Raul1983 FI

2009-05-14 16:36

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ep. 9

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