As an arm of Chrysler, Plymouth has an interesting contribution to automotive history. Offering vehicles more attractively priced to families, Plymouth was the only automaker to make a sales increase in 1932. They continued to adjust models with new innovations and body styles knocking Ford down to 3rd (in 1933) for the first time in history.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this 1938 Plymouth for your consideration. The car is powered by its 6 cylinder that runs well and is paired to a 3 speed manual transmission. We took the car for a ride and found it ran very well and braked as it should and handled very well. The speedometer and odometer are currently not in working condition.
Cosmetically the car shows very well. The paint polishes to a shine and the chrome shows nice. The interior is freshly re-upholstered and looks great. The car rides on 16 inch factory steel wheels with hubcaps with attractive Firestone whitewall tire mounted on. As you can see in the photos, the driver side front window has several cracks in the glass and even looks like bullet holes, so we decided to leave it alone and add to the nostalgic look of the car.