There were 2,584 Chrysler CQ convertible sedans produced in 1933 based on a 126-inch wheelbase and weighed 4,144 pounds. The engine was 298 cubic-inches and rated 108 horsepower. It became part of the Imperial line-up in 1933. Standard equipment included vacuum clutch, Delco Remy ignition, Lockheed hydraulic brakes, free-wheeling, dual wipers, dual taillights, external trumpet horns and suicide hinged doors. Original price was $1,295.