The Chrysler Series 60 was introduced in 1927. The Series 60 was a range of intermediate models that sat in the middle of the Chrysler lineup during its production. The Series 60 was powered by a 3.0L inline six engine, and was available as a roadster, sedan, landaulet, coupe, or tourer. For the 1928 model year, the Series 60 was renamed the Series 62, but without making any major changes. Production of the Series 60 ended in 1928, and the model was replaced by the Chrysler Series 65.