This custom 1934 Chrysler CB6 convertible has a stock body with steel tubing bracing throughout. It has custom-built running boards, electric windows and dual air conditioner evaporators. It is powered by a 1954 Chrysler 354ci HEMI engine bored to 360ci with a 10.5:1 compression. It has Hilborn injection, electronic setup, custom air cleaners, and MSD box and coil.
The rear suspension is a Chrysler 8-3/4” axle with 3.55 gears and Sure-Grip rear end, narrowed 8” with stock leaf springs, with traction leaf added to control wheel hop. The transmission is a 727 TorqueFlite automatic with street/strip valve body, as well as a custom converter 2450 with Lokar shifter. The power brakes have a 7” booster and vacuum pump. This Chrysler sits on 15x6” rims in the front and 15x10” rims on the back. The tan leather interior is all custom and the car has a brand-new convertible top.