Historian and coachwork specialist Walt Gosden has been providing reports on the restoration of the 1937 Chrysler's Chrysler. The second article documents the restoration of the doors, rear fenders and skirts. (10 comments)
In 1974, author George Dammann chronicled the Chrysler Company from its origins as Maxwell/Chalmers in 1904 through 1974 in the book "70 Years of Chrysler".
In an exciting new series for VanderbiltCupRaces.com, historian and coachwork specialist Walt Gosden will be providing reports on the restoration of the 1937 Chrysler's Chrysler. The first article documents the initial steps in restoring this classic car. (7 comments)
Last Saturday, members of the Long Island Sound Region of the Classic Car Club of America and the Long Island Buick Club were invited by Stephen Babinsky to tour his Automotive Restorations shop in Lebanon, New Jersey. (2 comments)
The sale of the 1937 Chrysler's Chrysler was highlighted in the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum Annual Report 2012. (5 comments)
The 1937 Chrysler's Chrysler is not the only one-of-a-kind automobile built for Walter P. Chrysler. This 1932 Chrysler Imperial Speedster was built for the boss on the short 135-inch wheelbase instead of the 146-inch platform. (2 comments)
Walt Gosden at Hershey this year alerted me to someone selling factory photos of classic automobiles including my car- the 1937 Chrysler's Chrysler. Thanks to Walt, I found the this photo and four other Chrysler Town Car factory photos. (3 comments)
Hurricane Sandy blasted the Northeast, Long Island and the Black Beast Garage at "Waterfront at Roslyn" that borders on a Hempstead Harbor canal. (4 comments)
Chrysler's Chrysler and the Alco Black Beast were on display before thousands at the Great Neck Plaza AutoFest. Highlights and a sampling of smiles and thumbs ups are featured today.
The Great Neck Record reports on "a 1937 "Chrysler's Chrysler" and a 1909 Alco 6 "Black Beast" among the 100 cars to be featured at this Saturday's Great Neck Plaza AutoFest and Street Festival.