The Chrysler Series CO was a car of the middle class, it was manufactured in the year 1933, in detroit U.S.

It replaced the Series CI, however it represented the cheapest Chrysler product that would sell best.

The car had the side-valve six-cylinder inline engine from its predecessor. The engine had 3670cc displacement which produced 83bhp (61 kW).

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

There were nine different body styles that were available that corresponded essentially to those of the previous model. The semi-automatic transmission with a pneumatically actuated clutch was now part of the standard equipment.

17,814 cars were made

In the year 1934, the CO was replaced with the revised Series CA/Series CB.