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We know why you're looking at this 1934 Plymouth Sedan. It has a sleek style and terrific details (like double sets of rear-hinged doors.) This is the one for those who want a car that reminds you of a bygone era with every inch.
There is a terrific gloss on this sedan that shines as bright as your nostalgia. You can tell there was a nice restoration investment here at some time. And as you get closer, this reveals some terrific details. It may look all-black at a first glance, but when the sunlight really hits it, you see this is a two-tone dark blue body with black on those curvy fenders. And the vinyl roof is done in black, too, for a correct and intricate appearance. Nothing on this sedan looks out of place - from the waterfall grille, to the curved bumpers, to the Plymouth taillights. And we love the contrasting white wheels with correct spare in the continental kit on the rear. An all-steel, original-style Plymouth is a true rare gem. After all, you see more Fords and Chevys from this era at car show, and the remaining Chrysler products are often taken for hot rod duty. So you're going to get a ton of attention for just remaining so correct for 85+ years.
No matter if you're out for a drive or going to a show, people will take notice when you arrive. After all, they will marvel at the double set of rear-hinged doors. And inside, all the right pieces are in place for a correct classic. You get two spacious rows of benches and metal painted to look like nice wood trim. The seat cloth was certainly given the right attention with a plush button-top presentation. And you'll love all the details, right down to the tilting windshield for ventilation and the AM radio that's on display. Classic motoring means a large grippy steering wheel and a tall gearstick. Plymouth also did a terrific job with the gauge package in the mid-30s to give you added info.
When you look under the hood, you get more of the originality that gives this sedan its charm. The 201 cubic-inch inline six was part of a new revolution at Plymouth, and this looks amazingly correct and authentic. The silver head, single-barrel carburetor, and oil bath air cleaner are all reminders of how travel used to be. The three-speed manual transmission shifts easily, and out on the road the clean and well maintained chassis is another reminder of the solid investment in this sedan.
This is a well-respected Plymouth of distinction. So if you enjoy true classic motoring, call today!
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