Chandler company was incorporated in 1913, with Frederick C Chandler as President, headquartered in Cleveland Ohio. Chandler concentrated on producing a good quality motor-car with the price range of middle class Americans. In 1929, Chandler Motor Company was purchased by it’s expanding competitor Hupp Motor Car Company for it’s factory and manufacturing facilities. This exceptional car was the recipient of a complete well documented nut and bolt restoration. All the wood in the body is in great condition and the body lines are lazer straight. Finished in gleaming two tone teal and black paint , the bright work and chrome all redone to show quality. With the new Mohair upholstery with wood accents that is in impeccable condition, this car is show ready. Powered by a 6 cylinder engine and 3 speed manual transmission, the car drives and performs flawlessly. Restoration cost well over $80000. No disappointments… Simply drive and enjoy…..
For Canadian Residents: Price in USD + Applicable Taxes