1937 Limo Owned By Chrysler Founder Restored

Posted on June 8, 2015

The custom built limo from Long Island's Gold Coast era belonged to automobile titan Walter P. Chrysler, who lived in Kings Point. The sleek black limo was built in 1937 to Chrysler’s specifications. The car is a one of a kind. But for decades Chrysler’s Lux Limo was lost.

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