The Post-War economy dictates that demand far exceeds availability and a premium is paid to a dealership or to a sales person more often than not to get any car you have your eyes on. Chrysler Corporation’s value packed (entry level) model from 1946 through 1950 is the Plymouth and it comes in either of two trim choices; the P15S Deluxe and the more uptown P15C Special Deluxe. There are six body styles, including a convertible and The Woody wagon. These days a factory correct 1950’s vintage Plymouth will be equipped with the 218 CID (3.6 L) engine and have a column mounted 3 speed manual transmission.
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