DeSoto Airflow Cars & Parts For Sale

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DeSoto Airflow Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
DeSoto Airflow Brakes
DeSoto Airflow Charging and Staring Systems
DeSoto Airflow Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
DeSoto Airflow Cooling System
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DeSoto Airflow Emission System
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DeSoto Airflow Exhaust
DeSoto Airflow Exterior
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DeSoto Airflow Glass
DeSoto Airflow Ignition System
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DeSoto Airflow Lighting & Lamps
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DeSoto Airflow Suspension & Steering
DeSoto Airflow Transmission & Drivetrain
DeSoto Airflow Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
DeSoto Airflow Wheels and Tires
DeSoto Airflow Other Parts
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1936 DeSoto Airflow Coupe - Vintage Cars
The Airflow was built by DeSoto, a division of Chrysler, in 1934, 1935 and 1936. It featured a radical aerodynamic design that was not seen on any other cars of the era. DeSoto got the rights to build the car because they were already established with luxury buyers.
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There was another car called the Airflow made by Chrysler during this time, the Chrysler Airflow, and it was essentially a larger version of the DeSoto. The unibody frame on these cars was very popular with consumers, as they could ride with the frame of the car instead of on top of it, as was the case with most other cars of the day. The DeSoto was not nearly as popular with consumers as the longer Chrysler version, as it looked weird and bulky. The country was also going through a depression, making it impossible for many Americans to afford a semi-luxury car. Eventually Chrysler would cancel the car in favor of more traditional designs that they could make for cheaper and thus sell in greater volume. If you are looking to buy an Airflow today, you might be able to find one listed in Hemmings, although you'll probably have better luck just looking on eBay. They also sometimes have parts listed.
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