The Chrysler Series 50 was introduced in 1927. The Series 50 was the successor to the Chrysler F-58, and was offered as Chrysler's entry level model. The Series 50 was offered as a sedan, coupe, roadster, tourer, or landaulet, and was powered by a 2.8L inline four engine. For the 1928 model year, the Series 50 was known as the Series 52, without any major changes to the model. Production of the Chrysler Series 50 lasted until 1928.