The 1931 CG Imperial from Chrysler was highly regarded for its advanced chassis and drivetrain, paired with a powerful straight-eight engine that provided a remarkably modern driving experience for its time. As was typical for the era, the model was available in several body styles, all of which were well-designed and attractive. Among them was the close-coupled sedan, also known as the sport or club sedan by other automakers.
This elegant four-passenger car featured doors situated close together and lacked rear quarter windows, giving it a sleek and comfortable look that remains timeless today. Collectors especially value this coachwork among the various CG Imperial styles for use in CCCA CARavans and other touring events.
Source: RM Sotheby’s