84 Years Young: 1931 Chrysler CM6

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The seller of this Chrysler survivor is quick to state that it’s not a barn find, but that it had always been garage until they purchased it. I think it still fits on this site though! It’s currently stored in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania and is for sale here on eBay with a buy-it-now of $8,000, however, lower offers are invited. The car still has it’s original inline 6-cylinder engine and a 3-speed transmission, both of which are in good shape as the car runs and drives well. The seller also notes that the engine doesn’t smoke. New paint has been applied to the fenders and wheels, and the brakes have been completely rebuilt. The interior has seen better days, and I think at least some of it isn’t original anyway. But it’s certainly a lot different than the usual Model A from this timeframe and could certainly haul a family to shows and tours.

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Comments

  1. grant

    I LOVE IT!!! I’m generally a big fan of any Ford, but I agree Jaime Model A’s are pretty much like first gen Camaros now, everyone has one and they’re all about the same. This is cool and different, but not so oddball that it will be impossible to get parts for.

  2. jim s

    seller has a ford model A S/W for sale also. this CM6 or LM6 , seller has it both ways, is listed 2 times, not sure how that works. seems like it might be a nice project. great finds.

  3. Ed P

    Jim S: CM6 would be a correct Chrysler model. I think LM6 is a typo. The interior is tired but the body is great. This car needs a couple of Tommy gun mounts for mob meetings. Great car.

  4. RickyM

    Beautiful – great car – love this !

  5. JW

    I agree about the Tommy guns, Al Capone and Bugsy Moran would love this car I’m sure, body guards standing on both sides on the running boards with machine guns. Very cool find.

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