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 Post subject: Drauz Chrysler Imperial
PostPosted: Thu Jul 16, 2009 6:49 pm 
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1931 Chrysler Imperial CG kabriolet by Drauz


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 Post subject: Re: Drauz Chrysler Imperial
PostPosted: Tue Nov 13, 2018 5:16 am 
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1932 Chrysler Imperial for King Carol II of Romania, found in the January, 1935 issue of Overseas Graphic,
published for foreign markets by the Chrysler Export Corporation, Detroit, MI.
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La SARAL, S.A., our distributors in Bucharest have kindly sent us this interesting picture of His Majesty Carol II,
King of Romania, (sitting) in his brand new Imperial Chrysler during the festivities recently held in the capital of the kingdom."

King Carol II is the man in plumed hat and moustache in the back seat of the Imperial. This 1932 Imperial differs in its rear door hinges
from the 1931 Drauz Chrysler Imperial shown in the Drauz Chrysler thread above.

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