In 1932 Chrysler offered their Series CH Imperial Eight which was a shorter version of the flagship Series CL Imperial Eight Custom.
The 1932 Chrysler received numerous styling upgrades but kept the conventional straight-8 engine and solid-axle suspension from previous years.
Distinct to the 1932 series was a new ‘de Sakhnoffsky’ false hood that extended all the way to base of the front windshield. The hood also featured sliding doors instead of the louvres used just a year earlier.
The Series CH Imperial Eight could be ordered in three different bodystyles from the factory and over 1000 Dour-Door Sedans were ordered compared to the much more scarce 2/4 Passenger Coupes and Convertible Sedans.