The 1939 Chrysler New Yorker Four-Door Sedan was elegant and befitting times with respect to design. The New Yorker sedan sold for $1,298 and weighed 3,695 pounds. Learn more about this elegant classic car.
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The DeSoto was a successful mid-priced car that was produced by a division of Chrysler. This mid-priced car was meant to bridge the gap between the cheap Plymouth division and Chrysler. Find history pictures and prices for 1929-1933 DeSotos.
The 1934-1937 Chrysler/DeSoto Airflow was a revolutionary styling sensation, but unfortunately failed to sell. It was a failure so complete that it would cast a pall over Chrysler Corporation design for the next 20 years. Read about the Airflow.