This is a true rare gem. American manufactures were well into wartime planning by the time this 1941 Plymouth sedan was built. But more than just one of the last to go before the war, there is just something special about a well cared for and documented classic that holds onto reminders of a bygone era. The piece of brightwork you'll love the most is the cool line that starts at the tall grille and runs parallel down the full length of the teardrop body. The black paint, dog dish hubcaps, and new white wall tires will attract plenty of attention at the car shows. (Does have original hubcaps as well). The black vinyl interior looks great, does have a slight rip on drivers side seat. You will enjoy the pleats running down the center of the seats, and the nice embroidered patterns on the door panels, all of which show off simple art-deco styling that is pure 1940s. The garnish moldings and dash have an authentic feel too, and the original gauges are intact. Original in-line Flathead six cylinder that hums like a bird. Torquey and smooth, it moves the tidy sedan quite easily, and it has proven itself to be reliable. Looking highly original, this engine has an appearance of honesty that fits with its legacy. The three-speed manual transmission makes sure you get the most out of the flathead motor. This is the classic sedan for car lovers and history buffs. Call us today, 480-256-1459. (Vehicle comes with a restored title because of minor driver side damage. Insurance company could not figure parts cost to replace.)
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