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Plymouth

1928 - 1929 PLYMOUTH  
36 PLYMOUTH SOLD!!SOLD!!SOLD!!SOLD!!SOLD!!SOLD!!SOLD!!SOLD!!SOLD!!  
1939 PLYMOUTH  
1939 - 1942? PLYMOUTH ROOF REMOVED
56 PLYMOUTH    
56 PLYMOUTH 2 DR WAGON
56 PLYMOUTH 2 DR HT
57 PLYMOUTH 2 DR Convertible
1960's PLYMOUTH VALIANTS
64 PLYMOUTH 2 DRHT FURY- NO MOTOR DRIVER SIDE DENT
1964 & 1965 PLYMOUTH VALIANT
66 PLYMOUTH  2 DRHT   FURY 3 - WITH BUCKET SEAT OPTION
1966 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA
1966 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA (as above)
1966 - 1968 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA BACK 1/2
1970's PLYMOUTH STATION WAGON

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Plymouth was a marque of automobile based in the United States, marketed by the Chrysler Corporation and DaimlerChrysler from 1928 to 2001.

For much of its life, Plymouth was one of the top selling American automobile brands, along with Chevrolet and Ford ("the low-priced three"). Plymouth even surpassed Ford for a time in the 1940s as the second most popular make of automobiles in the U.S. Through 1956, Plymouth vehicles were known for their durability, affordability and engineering. In 1957, Chrysler's Forward Look styling theme produced cars with much more advanced styling than Chevrolet or Ford, although Plymouth's reputation would ultimately suffer as the cars were prone to rust and sloppy assembly. The marque also introduced its limited production Fury line in 1956, and it too benefited from the crisp Forward Look designs.

 
 

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