Chrysler 1930

66 (6 cyl, 195.6 cu.in., 68 h.p.)
70 (6 cyl, 268.4 cu.in., 93 h.p.)
77 (6 cyl, 268.4 cu.in., 87 h.p.)
Imperial (6 cyl, 309 cu.in., 112 h.p.)

66 Series (wb: 112¾ in.)
  (Early) Roadster
  (Early) Phaeton
  (Early) Business Coupe
  (Early) Brougham
  (Early) Royal Coupe
  (Early) Royal Sedan
  (Late) Roadster
  (Late) Phaeton
  (Late) Business Coupe
  (Late) Brougham
  (Late) Royal Coupe
  (Late) Royal Sedan
70 Series (wb: 116½ in.)
  Phaeton
  Roadster
  Business Coupe
  Brougham
  Royal Coupe
  Convertible Coupe
  Royal Sedan
77 Series (wb: 124½ in.)
  Roadster
  Phaeton
  Business Coupe
  Royal Coupe
  Royal Sedan
  Crown Coupe
  Crown Sedan
  Town Sedan
  Convertible Coupe
Imperial (wb: 136 in.)
  Roadster
  Phaeton
  Sport Phaeton
  Standard Coupe
  Sedan
  Town Sedan
  Convertible Coupe
  Sedan
  Sedan Limousine

The "77" series is Chrysler's second-highest priced of 5 series for 1930. The Imperial models are the most expensive.


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66 and 70

  Six      
66          
70          


66 Royal Sedan


66 Business Coupé


66 Phaeton


66 Roadster


66 Brougham


66 Royal Coupé


 


70 Royal '29

 

 


77

  Eight      
77          


 


77 Town Car by Brewster

 


 


77

 


October '29


77 roadster

 


Imperial

 

  '29 prices        
Roadster $2675        
Standard Coupe $2895        
Town Sedan $2975        
5-passenger Sedan $2975        
Convertible Coupe $2995        
7-passenger Sedan $3095        
7-passenger Phaeton $3095        
Sedan-Limousine $3475        


Imperial '29

 


Imperial '29

 


Eight '31 models

         
77          
Imperial          


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