1930 Chrysler 77 Royal Coupe

Mileage 27211
Engine 4396cc - 6 Cylinder
Rego 3077 - Not Inc
First time on the market in over 20 yrs . Known for innovation and technologically advanced designs, Walter P. Chrysler took the company bearing his name from start-up in 1924 to over 60,000 units sold in 1930. Competing in the mid-priced field with the likes of Buick, Studebaker, and even some of the lesser models of Peerless, the cars were stylish, fast, and thanks to Chrysler’s early adoption of hydraulic brakes, some of the safest cars on the road. This particular vehicle really is a credit to its current owner . A very rare example (2900) and was delivered new RHD to Lane Motors . The car was subject to a complete restoration which included new paint , trim work and a complete engine rebuild. An outstanding car that you will be proud to own and drive . Currently insured with Shannons for over $70,000 so this really represents outstanding value under $40,000.  The Chrysler 77 series was named thusly because the company guaranteed a cruising speed of 77 miles per hour and a top speed of 90 miles per hour . Power is supplied by a 100 horsepower six cylinder motor. The 77 also featured four-wheel hydraulic brakes and a four -speed transmission . More pics & details to follow. Contact Ben Finnis for more information . Owner says 'Sell" Was $39,999 Now $35,999. No offers Back