Your Classic Car Community and Marketplace
MyOldRide Account | OldRide Store | Support | Site Map   
OldRide HomeClassic Cars and Trucks For SaleClassic Car and Truck Parts For SaleSell on OldRideOldRide AnswersRusty RidesCar Show ListingsCar Club ListingsResearch Library 
 Library Home > Plymouth > Plymouth Concord > 1951 Plymouth Concord

 

1951 Plymouth Concord
1951 Plymouth Concord

1951 Plymouth Concord

Basic design remained the same for 1951 Plymouths, including the all new Concord. A few minor changes were made to the appearance of the grille and front hood design.  Overall the quality consisted of a welded steel body set upon an arc-welded frame with double-channel box section side rails and five crossmembers.

The Concord Suburban was a two seat economy station wagon while the Savoy replaced the Special Deluxe Suburban and included standard equipment such as front and rear armrests, rear passenger assist straps, rear seat side storage compartments and sliding central windows.  The Savoy was offered as Plymouth’s luxury station wagon since the “woodie” was dropped from the P-23 series.

Under the hood, all Plymouths had the same engine, a 217 cu. in. 6-cylinder maneuvered by a 3-speed manual transmission, which didn’t fair too bad against its competitor’s V8 engines with only 13 hp less.  The 1951 Plymouths also had greater generator output, windshield wipers were electrically operated, and the engine featured a by-pass cooling system. 

1951 Plymouth Concord Production

Model Number Body/Style Number Body Type & Seating Factory Price
Shipping Weight
Total Production
Deluxe Trim
P-22 - 2 dr Sedan - 6P $1,673 2,969 49,139
P-22 - 2 dr Coupe - 6P $1,537 2,919 14,255
P-22 - 2 dr Suburban - 6P $2,064 3,124 76,520*
Special Savoy Trim
P-22 - 2 dr Suburban - 5P $2,182 3,184 76,520*

Note: *Suburban totals were combined for both Deluxe Trim and Special Savoy Trim

Chassis Data

Model Wheelbase Overall Length Front Tread Rear Tread Tires
Concord 111 in 118 in 55.8 in 58.4 in

6.40 x 15

 

1951 Plymouth VIN Numbers

Serial Numbers were stamped on a plate on left front door post.

 
First Symbol - Make
P = Plymouth
Second and Third Symbol - Series
22 = Concord Series
23 = Cambridge / Cranbrook
Remaining Symbols - Production Sequence Number
Sequence numbers for each factory starting at 1001

 

Top of page
   
 
 

Note: Information, Specifications, Resources & Photos found in the Research Library
should only be used as general guidelines. OldRide LLC makes no warranty as to the
authenticity and accuracy of the information contained hereon.


Home | Classifieds: Vehicles / Parts | Sell on OldRide | Rusty Rides | OldRide Answers | Events | Clubs

Library | Car & Truck Resources | MyOldRide Account | Support | OldRide Banners | Car Photos


Copyright © 2014 Internet Brands, Inc. All rights reserved | OldRide Support | Terms of Use | Classifieds Disclaimer | Privacy Policy | Cookies