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1934 Chrysler Airflow - Vintage Car Pictures
The Airflow was produced for just 4 model years, from 1934 until 1937. The Chrysler version was virtually the same as the DeSoto version with the same name. They were heralded for their innovative aerodynamic design.
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The Airflow was one of the first cars to be designed using the aid of an air tunnel. It also used spaceframe construction, which tended to offer better structural support than other chassis designs of the time. Some would consider the Airflow to be the first unibody American car, as another would not be produced for 27 years when the Ford Falcon, Plymouth Valiant, AMC Rambler, and Chevrolet Nova were introduced. The engine for the Airflow was a flathead V8. There were only 2 body type options: 2 door coupe or 4 door sedan. These cars are obviously not very common anymore, as they would be 70 years old. You might be able to find one or two listed on eBay if you are lucky, and parts can usually be found there if you already own one and know what you are looking for.
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