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Chrysler Series 75 / 77(1929 to 1930)

Chrysler introduced the Series 75 in 1929. The Series 75 was the successor to the Chrysler Series 70, and was the intermediate model in… Read more

Chrysler introduced the Series 75 in 1929. The Series 75 was the successor to the Chrysler Series 70, and was the intermediate model in Chrysler's lineup. The Series 75 was offered in body styles inlcuding sedan, coupe, convertible, roadster, and tourer, and was fitted with a 4.1L inline six for the 1929 model year, but for 1930, the model was renamed the Series 77, and was fitted with a 4.4L inline six. Production of the Chrysler Series 75 lasted until 1930.

Chrysler Series 75 / 77 FAQs(Show)

Q: What was the most expensive Chrysler Series 75 / 77 ever sold?

A: The highest recorded sale was $50,600 for a 1929 Chrysler Series 75 Roadster on September 04 2020.

Q: What was the lowest recorded sale price for a Chrysler Series 75 / 77?

A: The lowest recorded sale price was $20,700 for a 1929 Chrysler 75 Roadster on December 10 2015.

Q: What is the average sale price of a Chrysler Series 75 / 77?

A: The average price of a Chrysler Series 75 / 77 is $38,960.

Q: What years was the Chrysler Series 75 / 77 sold?

A: The Chrysler Series 75 / 77 was sold for model years 1929 to 1930.

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