Plymouth 1946-1959, the book

The Classic Car Book Adapted to the Web

Introduction and acknowledgements

“Walter, you’ll go broke!”
1924-1945

1928 Plymouth

An incredible sellers’ market
1946-1948

Plymouth P15

An all-new car, at last!
1949

1949 Special Deluxe

More of a good thing
1950

1950 plymouth cars

The year that nearly wasn’t
1951

1951 Concord

The calm before the storm
1952

1951 Plymouth cars

Against all trends
1953

1953 plymouth cars

Disaster strikes!
1954

1954 Plaza

Plymouth Dream Cars

Plymouth Explorer

A complete turnaround!
1955

1955 plymouth cars

1956: From ship to plane

(with PowerFlite and Fury)

1956

Plymouth turbine cars

turbine car nameplate

1957: The Forward Look,
TorqueFlite, and torsion bars

1957 Plymouth

Plymouth diesels

diesel

1958: Year of Christine

1958 Plymouths

Christine, the furious Fury

christine

1959, the End of an Era

1959

Chrysler HeritageHistory by YearChrysler People and BiosCorporate Facts and History

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