Although officially called a 1931, the Chrysler CM was actually an early release 1932 model. Economically priced at only $885, the CG Roadster was a great value in performance, design, materials and styling, something which also can be said about this older restored example in Brown with Tan fenders and accent, Brown interior and Tan cloth top. It is fitted with Orange wire wheels and matching coach lining, a rear-mounted spare tire, rumble seat, wind wings and an opening windshield. This car needs nothing to be driven and enjoyed. Walter Chrysler's cars were always technically advanced, and the CM was no exception, with hydraulic brakes and wire wheels as well as Chrysler's low profile, low center of gravity chassis and body design. The CM expressed the sophisticated design and styling themes of the big, luxurious, expensive CG and CL Imperials on a short wheelbase chassis. The CM still stands out from its taller contemporaries.