Sunday, June 11, 2017

1928 Chrysler model 72, one with the cool serial number on the dash




see another example, a 1929 Model 75 http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2015/04/1929-chrysler-model-75.html

but a much better example is


http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2012/04/very-early-20s-chrysler-with-strange.html


Like I ... oh. Wait. Who made that error? Huh. Must have been me with a long day and many hours on the road back and forth from San Diego to San Marino.

Allright, you guys were right, and I was the fat fingered typist that didn't read the sign very well. 

5 comments:

  1. That green '28 Chrysler roadster will most likely be a Model 72. The 77 came later - 1930. We have a Canadian 1929 Plymouth with the FEDCO plate.

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    1. I posted what the identification card had written by the Concours people. I don't make this stuff up, there's no way I've learned the model names for cars in the 1920s

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    2. And there it is... model 72.. I did like I said, I read the dang sign. I got it WRONG! But I did read it! HA! Must be getting old n shit like that! Thanks for your patience!

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    1. And there it is... model 72.. I did like I said, I read the dang sign. I got it WRONG! But I did read it! HA! Must be getting old n shit like that! Thanks for your patience!
      By the way, how the hell did you recognize what model it is? These sure don't show up at car events very often, and there aren't many museums with the old 1920s Chryslers either... are you a specialist?

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