Vintage 1932 Chrysler Is Staged To Take On A New Owner, Will It Be You?

This car represents an insane opportunity for automotive collectors to get their hands on an insane piece of American automotive history.

Classic Chrysler automobiles have become extremely popular in recent years for their immense power, Hemi engines, and fabulous ’60s styling. However, one often overlooked the Chrysler automotive design era we all know and love in the 1930s. This period saw the rise of innovation across the board as American car companies saw a need for a lineup of quick sharp-looking vehicles that the general public could get their hands on. Luxury cars were becoming particularly popular, and vehicles such as the Imperial would soon notice a leap forward in technology and exterior styling. Nowadays, these cars come at a significant cost of monetary resources and time spent researching as they become rarer every day.

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That means that this incredible 1932 Chrysler CH Imperial Cabriolet is

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On his days off, SC BBQ restaurant owner repairs cars and donates them to the needy | News

McCLELLANVILLE — When it came time for Eliot Middleton to get a driver’s license, his father, a mechanic, gave him two cars.

The catch, said Middleton, was that neither car worked. One needed an engine and the other needed a transmission, and it was up to him to make one working car out of the two.

He succeeded, and after graduating from Lincoln High School he trained to become an auto mechanic, then spent years working in or operating repair and transmission shops in the Charleston area.

These days Middleton, 38, co-owns and operates a barbeque restaurant in Awendaw, but he’s putting his automotive experience to good use. He repairs donated vehicles and gives them to people who need one through a nonprofit he established.

“This gives me a chance to work on cars again, at my own pace,” Middleton said.

At his mother’s blue cinderblock home in McClellanville, where

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