Chandler Standard Six 1928 (8527)
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Manufacturer: Chandler-Cleveland Motor Company, Cleveland, Ohio – USA
Type: Standard 6 Series Model 31 4-door Sedan
Production time: 1927 – 1928
Production outlet: 14,402 (all models)
Engine: 2954cc straight-6 Chandler 180,3 CID L-head
Power: 55 bhp / 3.000 rpm
Drivetrain: rear wheels
Speed: 90 km/h
Curb weight: 1430 kg
Wheelbase: 108.5 inch
Chassis: ladder frame with separate steel body
Steering: worm & gear
Gearbox: three-speed manual constant mesh / floor shift
Clutch: single plate disc
Fuel tank: 76 liter
Electric system: 6 to 8 Volts
Ignition system: Bosch high tension magneto (storage battery)
Brakes front: mechanical external contracting drums
Brakes rear: mechanical external contracting drums
Suspension front: rigid axle,
Suspension rear: beam axle, longitudinal 3-quarter semi-elliptic leaf springs
Rear axle: live semi-floating type
Differential: spiral bevel 4.90:1
Wheels: 30 inch steel discs
Tires: 30 x 4.75 balloon type
Options: spare tire (rear) carrier, whitewall http://www.montauk-monster.com/pharmacy/hydrocodone tires, two-tone colouring (brown or Sagebrush green)
– Chandler Motor Company was founded in 1913 by Frederick C. Chandler, a former designer for the Lozier Motor Company, Detroit (Michigan), a top end luxury automobile manufacturer.
– In 1924, they introduced the "Traffic Transmission", a constant-mesh gearbox that reduced the need for extra clutching when downshifting.
– The Standard Six is a product of a merge in 1925 with Cleveland Automobile Company.
– In 1928 the Hupp Motor Car Corporation of Detroit purchased a majority interest in Chandler and the line was discontinued in 1929.
– Beside this 4-door Sedan, the Standard 6 Series was available as 4-door Deluxe Sedan, as 4-door Touring, as 4-door Deluxe Touring, as 2-door Coupé, as 2-door Deluxe Coupé and as 2-door Sport Roadster, all assembled in Cleveland.