The Chrysler Series 70 was a car of the middle class. It was manufactured in the year 1927. It replaced the Model G-70 and represented the upper middle class in the Chrysler portfolio.

The car took over from the previous side-valve 6-cylinder engine with 3582 cc, which delivered 68 bhp (50 kW). A single dry clutch and a three-speed transmission with floor shift, the rear wheels are driven. As standard, all four wheels had hydraulic brakes. Twelve different body types were offered, where the six-cylinder model series 80 "Imperial" corresponded. In 1928 the model Chrysler Series 72 was made . The wheelbase was increased by 6 "(152 mm).'s There was a new six-cylinder engine had a 4078 cc engine that made ​​85 bhp (62.5 kW). Instead of twelve there were only ten different body types offered, including a 4-door convertible (only 36 once built!) and a 2-door roadster (with the previously prepared Landau Sedan ) fell away. Of the 70 series created 48,254 copies, the 72 Series was built 23,293 times. In model year 1929, the revised replaced Series 75, the 72nd series 1930 again appeared Chrysler Series 70/II .

It replaced both with Series 77 and the Series 75 last year. It was endowed in contrast with the previous four-speed transmission, but had strengthened a shorter wheelbase and the engine 70 Series of 1928, however, at 75 bhp (55 kW). It later received this model with the six-cylinder 4398 cc engine and 93 bhp (68 kW). Of the 70 series only seven different body was available. In 1931 the series was further built 70/II with few changes. This included a V-shaped radiator grille designed. Only four bodies (3 coupe and a 4-door sedan) were still available. Of the series 70/II total 18,733 pieces were created when it was discontinued in mid-1932 without a successor.