This is a rare and beautifully restored PE Deluxe sedan. Every nut and bolt has been painstakingly brought back to very good to excellent condition. This is an example that can be shown proudly at any concours or regional show. It is not Best of Show caliber, but it is well done and likely one of the best extant.
On August 8, 1934, Walter P. Chrysler drove the one-millionth Plymouth off a Detroit assembly line. It was a 1934 Plymouth PE DeLuxe four-door sedan, much like the one offered here. It was then exhibited at the Century of Progress exposition in Chicago.
Introduced on July 11, 1928, Plymouth zoomed from nowhere to become the nation’s third best-selling make by 1931. Hydraulic brakes were standard right from the beginning. “Floating Power” engine mounts, giving the four-cylinder car “the smoothness of an eight” came on line for 1932. Plymouth’s first six appeared with the all-new 1933 models, while independent front suspension bowed a year later.
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