1936 Chrysler Airstream Convertible Dug Out After 70 Years

1936 Chrysler Airstream Convertible Sitting For 65 Years

From IronTrap Garage ~ Matt, Jason, and “Grandpa Joe” go on an adventure to dig out a rare 1936 Chrysler C8 Airstream Convertible Sedan. This car was found in an old garage sitting behind a modern gas station and just off a main road in Harrisburg, PA.

The transmission went bad in the car and it was tucked in a corner and never touched again. We dug the car out of the garage and brought it out to see the light for the first time since roughly 1951-1952.

This car has the more rare Straight 8 engine, a two-piece folding convertible top, removable b-pillars, factory overdrive, independent front suspension, and many more features that made it ahead of its time.

This car is extremely solid and is a great candidate for a full restoration. Watch…