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This was done with an eye on making the car easier to produce but also allowed for the big-block applicant to be fitted without requiring much in the way of visitors. In addition to the sturdy tub, the us also consisted of steel subframes mounted on either end of the day section. Suspension was also wholly conventional with double wishbones at the front and a F1-inspired multi-link setup at the rear.
History of the Plymouth P Much like the rest of the post-war American automotive industry, Plymouth essentially began selling warmed-over versions of their lineup. In order to get back on the market as quickly as possible, the P model carried only minimal exterior changes from the previous model, namely in the grille, and it continued to be offered in both DeLuxe and Special DeLuxe trims.
The DeLuxe was limited to three- and six-passenger coupes as well as a two-door sedan, while the Special also featured a four-door sedan, and convertible, and a wood-clad station wagon. The station wagon featured removable second and third row seating making for a cavernous hold when so configured.
DeLuxes were very basic, and Specials added more brightwork, rear bumper guards, rear window vents, dual windshield wipers, a locking glovebox, and sun visors. In all, approximatelyPlymouths were sold their first year back on the market.
The and models continued with minimal change as Plymouth focused on their first all-new designs sincewhich would debut in March of A four-door sedan was added to the base DeLuxe line in and saw the use of smaller wheels and tires. Change was less important than price for consumers during this time, however, as Plymouth was the third best-selling nameplate from throughbehind Chevrolet and Ford. They sold more than one million models during these years.
Today, Plymouth Ps offer plenty of attention for the dollar. Their hp, cid L-head six-cylinder engine is not a screamer, but it is dead simple to work on. The cars are not luxurious, but they are unmistakably of the era and stand out in nearly any venue. The immediate post-war cars are also overlooked in favor of later post-war designs, so they remain reasonably priced as a general rule, especially when compared to similar vehicles from Ford and Chevrolet.
The woody wagon is a notable exception. Those who look beyond brand loyalty are likely to find a relative bargain.
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