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Engine
Inline 6
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Transmission
Manual
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VIN
P613574

Description

70 HP, 190 cid, L-Head In-Line 6-Cylinder Engine, 3-Speed Transmission Chassis No. 1770551; Engine No. PC13574 Even though Plymouth had been on the market for a relatively short period of time, it had gained a reputation for reliability and stamina. For years there has been conjecture as to how W. P. Chrysler ended up using the Plymouth name, either to salute the pioneer efforts of those h...

70 HP, 190 cid, L-Head In-Line 6-Cylinder Engine, 3-Speed Transmission Chassis No. 1770551; Engine No. PC13574 Even though Plymouth had been on the market for a relatively short period of time, it had gained a reputation for reliability and stamina. For years there has been conjecture as to how W. P. Chrysler ended up using the Plymouth name, either to salute the pioneer efforts of those hearty Pilgrims who had landed at Plymouth Rock, or in honor of the leading brand of barb-wire at the time. Regardless, it was a marketing success that competed with Ford, Chevrolet, Essex and other entry-level cars of the day. This wonderful Four Door sedan features reversed hinged doors and is finished with a Washington Blue body and gloss black fenders, while the wire spoke wheels are done in a complimenting shade of light yellow. Restored a number of years back it comes from a period of time when America was down on its luck, when new cars sales were in a slump. But Plymouth did quite well with 33,815 copies of this model coming off the assembly lines. A very solid car it is equipped with a very rare period radio with the control head mounted near the steering column, and privacy shade for the rear quarter windows and backglass. With an enclosed rear-mounted spare tire, this Plymouth shows style and functionality and would make a great addition for any collection of fine automobiles.

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