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Where can I find out information on 33 Ply
Does any no where I can find the History on 1933 Plymounth Sedan. How many were built
posted: September 12, 2009
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You can try these sites:

Good Luck.
posted:  September 13, 2009
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Around 297073 Plymouths were built in 1933.

What model is your sedan? Plymouth Standard (model pcxx), Deluxe (model pd) or model pc?
Also is it a 2 dr, 4 dr, coupe, convertible, etc.? That way somebody can narrow down the production #s for you.

Serial numbers are stamped on the right front door post and the engine numbers are on the left front corner of cylinder block.
posted:  September 14, 2009
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DaimlerChrylser has kept on file the “build cards” for most of automobiles Chrysler Corporation built in the US from 1930 through 1967. These are available from:

Corporate Historical Collection
12501 Chrysler Fwy.
CIMS 410-11-21
Detroit, MI 48288 USA
Attn: Historical Information
Fax: +1.313.252.2928

As of June 2009, the fee was $45.00. Decoding is not available for trucks and therefore the cost for trucks is only $25. Build records are only available for US built cars from 1930 to 1967 and trucks from 1930 to 1954.
They will, of course, need your car's serial number. For most of the 1930s, the serial number is found on the front passenger door post. The engine number (on the block above/behind the generator) and the body number (on the firewall) are all different from the serial number. The build card shows what the original engine number and body number were.
posted:  September 14, 2009
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try this old plymouth site www. p.15 -
posted:  March 30, 2013
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