Outstanding Original1949Plymouth Special Deluxe "The Plymouth Deluxe was a full-sized automobile, produced by Plymouth from 1946-1950. It came in two
It’s hard to find a nicely presented classic that looks period-correct without breaking the bank...or is it? This 1950 Plymouth DeLuxe two-door sedan has all the right appearance and feature to feel like time machine... and it’s turnkey ready at a great price.
On August 8, 1934, Walter P. Chrysler drove the one-millionth Plymouth off a Detroit assembly line. It was a 1934 Plymouth PE DeLuxe four-door sedan, much like the one pictured here. It was then exhibited at the Century of Progress exposition in Chicago.
We haven’t covered a whole lot of cars from the 1940s here, but this Swedish 1946 Plymouth Deluxe lowrider caught my eye. This thing was actually chopped in the ’60s, so the bodywork and paint work are forty years old. Emanuel Sandén has owned it for over ten years and has done a fair share of mods to it, including the 13-inch gold plated Daytons. (And it turns out this is the same guy who helped build the crazy we featured a while back.) So I guess Swedes dig Mopars, too. Check out the full feature at
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