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New Price: Rarely seen or available 1942 Plymouth P14 Super Deluxe Coupe. This fine car was one of the last built in Los Angeles in 1942 due to WWII. Hardly any exist with the Super Deluxe stainless and chrome trim making this Plymouth quite remarkable. The vehicle has spent most of it's life in California. The odometer reads 53,680 miles and the owner who is and avid car collector, believes they are the original miles. He also states the car is a wonderful road car. Power is supplied by a straight six engine matched to a 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive which perform flawlessly. The car appears to have been repainted some time in the past but all the chrome and stainless are factory in excellent condition. The dash has the original finish and all gauges and interior appointments remain in fantastic condition. The trunk is intact including an original ribbed white sidewall spare. The lines of the car are striking and handsome with the fat front fenders, five windows and the sloping rear end. All badges on the car both exterior and interior are excellent. (see photos) If you are seeking a truly unique and classic '40's classic car you have located your vehicle. I believe whoever takes delivery of this Plymouth will be thrilled. For additional information please phone Dave Henry at 805 705-4924. ________________________________________________________________________ Spokemotors.com is not a dealer but a marketing and advertising firm. The company specializes in assisting owners of classic cars and trucks, sell their vehicles safely on the Internet. The company physically photographs and videos all vehicles on site. Be it an individual owner's home, a car collection, storage facility or museum.
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