This Chrysler special was built between the late 1960s and early 1970s in Argentina using a 1929 Chrysler chassis. The car was prepared for racing between 2015 and 2016 before being acquired by the selling dealer. Featuring aluminum bodywork finished in red, the car is powered by a twin-carbureted inline-six that is said to have been installed in 2018. Additional features include a three-speed manual transmission, four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes, front Hartford friction shock absorbers, hydraulic rear shock absorbers, high-exit sidepipe exhaust, bucket seats upholstered in tan, Schroth harnesses, and an engine-turned dash fascia. This Chrysler special is now offered in Sint-Truiden, Belgium, with an FIA Historical Passport, invoices from 2016-to 2018, and Belgian registration.
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