Accessory Mascots

Courtesy The Autocar July 10th 1925:  The Chrysler Six.

The Chrysler Six was an American right hand drive import and sold through the retailers Eustace Watkins Ltd.  91 New Street London W.1.  The early 1920s mascots fitted were in the form of a winged radiator cap and was offered in various sizes to fit different model, marked: (Des. Pat Chrysler 6-4-24 in a diamond.)  The mascot was designed by Oliver H Clark of Detroit, Michigan and patented in 1924, from 1924 to 1927 the mascots were made from zinc and die cast with a nickel plate finish and from 1928 to 1930 with a chrome plated finish.