The 1924 Chrysler Model B-70 was the first car ever designed by Walter P. Chrysler. It proved to be a success, and Chrysler went on to found the Chrysler Corporation.
Get specifications for the 1924 Chrysler Model B-70.
Engine:6 cylinder, L-head, 211 cid (3 _ 4 3/4 in. bore _ stroke), 7 main bearings, solid valve lifters, 4.7:1 compression ratio, 68 bhp @ 3,000 rpm
Transmission: 3-speed selective, floor-mounted control
Suspension: Rigid axles, longitudinal semi-elliptic springs
Brakes: Lockheed 4-wheel external hydraulic
Wheelbase (in.): 112.75
Weight (lbs): 2,730 (touring car)
Top speed (mph): 70-75
Production: Approx. 32,000 (calendar year)