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The Classic Car Book Adapted to the Web

by Jim Benjaminson. Copyrighted by Jim Benjaminson.
Originally printed by Motorbooks International.

Introduction and acknowledgements

"Walter, you'll go broke!"
1924-1945

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An incredible sellers' market
1946-1948

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An all-new car, at last!
1949

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More of a good thing
1950

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The year that nearly wasn't
1951


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The calm before the storm
1952

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Against all trends
1953

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Disaster strikes!
1954

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Plymouth Dream Cars
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A complete turnaround!
1955

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1956: From ship to plane

(with PowerFlite and Fury)

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Plymouth turbine cars

Text Font Vehicle Car Brand

1957: The Forward Look,
TorqueFlite, and torsion bars


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Plymouth diesels
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1958: Year of Christine
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Christine, the furious Fury
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1959, the End of an Era

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All material has been reprinted by permission. Some revisions have been made to better fit Web publication.

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