By Steve Butler
IN THE 1930s two U.S. made automobiles were introduced that would have a significant impact automobile production, one in the near future and one a bit later. These were the Graham Blue Streak in 1932 and the Chrysler Airflow in 1934. (Note that the 1934 DeSoto Airflow was essentially a less expensive Chrysler.) These new full sized automobiles also had a significant impact on toy production. Many toy manufacturer hustled to develop toy renditions of both. The pictures and narrative herein address a pair of 1934 Chrysler Airflows produced by one Japanese maker.