1928 CHRYSLER Series 62, 6-cyl., 109

1928 CHRYSLER Series 62, 6-cyl., 109" wb

CHRYSLER — SERIES 62 — SIX: Chrysler's “small” six had a high radiator. These cars returned to the use of drum type headlights and cov lights were eliminated. Standard equipment included an electric ge gauge, hydraulic brakes, rubber engine mounts, ignition lock on dash, ver tilating type windshield and light control on steering wheel. The design of the instrument board was changed from an oval to rectangular panel, as on the Chrysler 50. The new cadet sun visor design was used on the 62 also.


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