Chrysler introduced its new six cylinder CI model in 1932 and sold 18,955 of them. The engine was a 3,669cc inline six of 82 bhp and shared some of its parts with Dodge and Desoto models. The Chrysler CI Six was built on a 116-inch chassis, whilst its Imperial brother was on 146-inches for The Imperial CL, or the new shorter Imperial CH on 132-inch. The CI evolved into the Chrysler CO for 1933 with the same L-head engine and sold 17,865. The 1934 Chrysler CA had a larger 3,959cc engine and cars were sold on 117-inch (CA) or 121-inch wheelbase (CB), The CA and CB were only sold for the 1934 model year.
Chrysler CA Convertible Coupe 1934
Chrysler CA Convertible Coupe 1934. Powered by a 3,958cc (242) Chrysler Six engine. The chrysler CA had independent front suspension and was offered on 117-inch and 121-inch wheelbase
Chrysler CI 1932 Roadster frontb
Chrysler CI 1932 Roadster. Closed body Chrysler CI cars had a vee windscreen made up of two separate rectangular panes; open cars had flat windscreens
Chrysler CI 1932 Roadster frontc
Chrysler CI 1932 Roadster. The Chrysler CI was new for 1932, and launched with a new L-head 3,669cc six cylinder engine. The 1932 Chrysler CP was essentially the same car, on a 9-inch longer wheelbase and with a straight eight engine.
Chrysler CI 1932 Roadster side
Chrysler CI 1932 Roadster. New for 1932 the Chrysler CI was built on a 116-inch wheelbase, whilst the 8-cylinder Chrysler CP was on 125-inch and the Imperials were on 132-inch and 146-inch.