This awesome looking 1937 Chrysler sedan is one bad machine! It is being sold by Orem Auto Market in (you guessed it) Orem, Utah. It can be found on their website here with an asking price of $25,000. Unfortunately, there aren’t a lot of details in the ad regarding the history of the car or current condition. Hopefully, the dealership has a bit more to tell any prospective buyers. Check out the rest of this car and see if you like it as much as I do.
There isn’t any information in the ad other than basic details. The engine is listed as a 327. You can see from the photo, it appears to have the typical upgrades of a standard performance engine. You can see an aluminum intake and aftermarket carb along with chrome valve covers and air cleaner.
If there was any doubt this car falls into the rat rod category, the mascot between the seats should settle the argument. The interior is pretty typical of a low-budget build with aftermarket bucket seats, home-made wooden console and aftermarket steering column and steering wheel. You can see a parts-store tach mounted to the column and the door panels and interior trim seem to be pretty basic. Overall, not a bad presentation for a standard driver.
The coolest part of this car, in my opinion, is the paint. You can see what appears to be factory brown and black urethane covered in a nice shiny clear coat. I’m not sure if this is “fauxtina” or not, but if it is, this is a fantastic paint job. The hump-back feature of this car along with the rear suicide doors gives it a great look. What do you think of this car?