The Chrysler Series CA was a car of the middle class, it was manufactured in the year 1934. The making took place in Detroit U.S. It replaced the Series CO, a version with a long chassis was named the Chrysler CB series.

The car had a side-valve six-cylinder engine with a capacity of 3959cc which delivered 93bhp (68 kW). Upon request a higher compressed engine of the same displacement was available. This produced 100 bhp (74 kW).

A single dry clutch and a three-speed transmission with floor shift were fitted with power being sent to the rear wheels.

The models CA and CB made in 1934 were the only Chryslers that did not have the fashionable airflow bodies. Seven different body styles were available that corresponded essentially to those of the previous model. The windshields were back to being in one piece with all models and saw the first front triangle windows for ventilation. All the doors were rear-hinged ("suicide doors").

On the short chassis (2,972mm wheelbase), two coupes, a two-door convertible and a two and four-door sedan were offered. On the long chassis (3,073mm wheelbase), there was a four-door sedan and a four-door convertible available. Both chassis were available only with mechanics and engine cover (Chassis & Cowl).

23,802 copies originated from the CA series, 1,450 pieces of the CB series. In model year 1935 replacing the all-new Airstream Series C6 series the CA and CB.