"These cars entered Plymouth into the world of the 6-cylinder
automobile, which would put the Chrysler Corporation into second
place in production and sales for 1933, bumping Ford into the
third-place spot for the first time in its history. Walter Chrysler
believed a four-cylinder engine was the answer for a low-priced
car, but despite the economic climate a 6-cylinder car meant
prestige to the buying public and Chrysler gave them just what they
wanted." -Plymouth Bulletin
This 1933 Plymouth PC is finished in Empire Maroon exterior with
black fenders and coordinating tan Mohair interior with striking
woodgraining. Although an older restoration this Plymouth is in
very good mechanical and cosmetic condition.
This smooth idling car is a pleasure to drive and as you look down
the the hood to the "Flying Lady" hood ornament it will bring you
back to a time long ago.
If you would like to learn more about this vehicle, please contact
us at Legendary Motors LLC.
1933 Plymouth PC
Exterior Color:Empire Maroon
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