Chrysler's Chrysler

  • Apr 08 2012

    Video: Chrysler’s Chrysler Gets a New Home

    After 53 years of storage in garages at the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum and the Long Island Automotive Museum, the 1937 Chysler Imperial C-15 Town Car (custom built by LeBaron for Mrs. Walter P. Chrysler) was moved to its new Roslyn home on April 4, 2012. (20 comments)

  • Mar 22 2012

    A History of Coachbuilder LeBaron

    Mark Theobald on has posted this history of LeBaron, a prominent automobile coachbuilder. Among the cars built by LeBaron was the 1937 Chrysler C-15 Town Car created for Walter P. Chrysler for his wife and recently sold by the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum. (2 comments)

  • Mar 13 2012

    Mineola Patch: Local Historian Buys One-of-a-Kind 75 Year Old Chrysler Imperial

    Reporter Christopher Collora interviewed Stephanie Gress, Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum, two classic car experts and me for this Patch article and video: (2 comments)

  • Mar 06 2012

    Wall Street Journal: The Vanderbilt Legacy

    The Wall Street Journal published an article on the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum on March 1, 2012 reviewing its current financial status. The article notes the sale of the 1937 Chrysler with this accompanying photo of Vanderbilt Museum Executive Director Lance Rheinheimer with the car. (2 comments)

  • Mar 02 2012

    Vanderbilt’s Chrysler: An Update

    An article reporting on the recent sale of a 1937 Chrysler Imperial by the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum was published In the February 16, 2012 issue of The Long Islander newspaper. Highlights from the article follow, including photos of the Chrysler as it looks today. (10 comments)

  • Feb 08 2012

    Press Release: Vanderbilt Museum Sells One-of-a Kind 1937 Chrysler

    The Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum has issued this press release on the sale of a unique 1937 Chrysler built for the Chrysler family. (14 comments)

  • Feb 06 2012

    Newsday: Museum’s 1937 Chrysler sold for $275,000

    Newsday reporter Paul Iarrocco reports on the selling of a "one-of-a-kind 1937 Imperial Town Car": (0 comments)

  • Jan 23 2012

    Walter P. Chrysler,  the American Locomotive Company and a 1932 Newsreel

    American Locomotive Company played a brief but important role in the career of a great American automobile executive Walter P. Chrysler. In December 1909, Chrysler's first manufacturing job was superintendent of the Pittsburgh Works plant of the American Locomotive Company. (0 comments)

  • Nov 21 2011

    Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum Selling a Special 1937 Chrysler Imperial

    As reported in Newsday, the Hemmings Blog and videojournalist Chris Collora, the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum hopes to establish a new endowment with the proceeds from the sale of a classic car. (1 comments)

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