Presented in 1924 and produced until 1931, the Chrysler Six was the first car in history to carry the Chrysler brand.
Chrysler marketed the Six with the model designation B-70 because of its top speed of 70 mph. The model set new standards in the mid-sized U.S. cars. The first Chrysler launched became a bestseller and it was the base foundation for the Chrysler Corporation. Walter P. Chrysler reached one of his personal aims with the launch of the Six, a dream that he was pursuing since 1908. This may not be a powerful car but is surely a piece of history that will not be forgotten by American car lovers since it is an all-around classic.