1933 Plymouth 4 Door PC
We know why you're looking at this 1933 Plymouth PC Sedan. You want a great classic that reminds you of a bygone era with every inch. But you also want a car that can be comfortably driven like a good classic should. You want it all, and that's exactly why we caught you looking at this one. The two-tone green and black makes this one look as sweet as mint candy. And the cream wire wheels on whitewalls complete this dessert for the road. Nothing on this sedan looks out of place Ã¢â‚¬â€œ from the waterfall grille, to the curved bumpers, to the Plymouth taillights. 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 nice wood trim. The seat cloth was replaced a while ago Ã¢â‚¬â€œ just enough to erase decades of use, but long enough time has passed so peering eyes might assume it's original. Classic motoring means a large grippy steering wheel and a tall grippy gearstick. Plymouth did a terrific job with the new gauge package in '33. It included a full set of aircraft-inspired readouts, including a very handy tach. 1933 was also significant because Plymouth debuted their new six-cylinder motor. This 189 cubic-inch engine looks amazingly correct and authentic. But subtle upgrades like the alternator mean better usability. The three-speed manual transmission makes sure you get the most out of the flathead motor. There's something special about a car like this. You'll love it for everything from parades to Sunday drives. So when it's this affordable, you know you need to act fast if you want it to be yours.