|1954 Plymouth Plaza|
1954 Plymouth PlazaOffered as a base model for the Plymouth line-up in 1954, the Plaza received minor changes from the previous year although it would receive some new options. In addition to Power Steering option which could be ordered for $139.75, introduced-mid-year, was a 110-horsepower "Powerflow Six", a 230 cubic inch unit formerly exclusive to Dodge. Now cars could be ordered by their drivers with a 3-speed manual, semi-auto or automatic transmission.
1954 Plymouth Plaza Production
|Model Number||Body/Style Number||Body Type & Seating||Factory Price||Shipping Weight||Total Production|
|P25-1||Not Available||4 dr Sedan - 6P||$1,745||3,004 lbs||43,077|
|P25-1||Not Available||2 dr Club Coupe - 6P||$1,707||2,943 lbs||27,976|
|P25-1||Not Available||2 dr Business Coupe - 3P||$1,598||2,889 lbs||5,000|
|P25-1||Not Available||2 dr Suburban - 6P||$2,044||3,122 lbs||35,937|
|P25-1||Not Available||Chassis only||Not Available||Not Available||1|
|P25-1||Not Available||2 dr Club Coupe - 6P||Not Available||Not Available||1,275|
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