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1942 Chrysler Crown Imperial [C-37]

1942 Chrysler Crown Imperial [C-37] in The Street with No Name, Movie, 1948 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1942 Chrysler Crown Imperial [C-37]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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vilero ES

2011-04-15 11:23

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[Image: 298699-StreetNoName00006.jpg]

AFAIK New Yorker and Saratoga got same LWB. The same for Royal and Windsor series. But I can't ID this based on the wheel base...

This 'collage' would be for the same '42 Chrysler
[Image: 298700-Copia_de_StreetNoName00025.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2011-04-15 11:26:37

pilou BE

2011-04-15 15:56

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It is a 1942 Chrysler Crown Imperial ( C-37) : a possible way to differentiate the Crown Imperial from the other long wheelbase Chryslers of 1942 ( C-34 Royals and Windsors )is to look at the front fender trim strips :on Royals and Windsors the upper trim strip ran from the grille over the whole lenght of the front fender , on Crown Imperials it ran only from the grille to half front wheel arch as here.The collage also would conform the longer 145.5 inch chassis of the Crown Imperial versus 139.5 for the C-34's.There were no lwb models in the Saratoga and New Yorker series.

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