American Classic, 1937 Plymouth P4 DeLuxe 2-door Sedan For SaleFound this one piece of the American automotive heritage, the first decade Plymouth automobile were known as P4 series and this a particular example of the rare model still runs and drives well today. The seller claims for the 1937 productions only 7,926 of the total 566,128 Plymouth P4 DeLuxe's was come as 2-door sedan and this one of them, it making more collectible than 4-door model especially like this condition. There were little bit differences between of them, on the back side 2-door model has more sloping shape than the 4-door.
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Here's we put this interior photo as a highlight here, all looks perfect as the basic of best, and taking this angle quite good to represent the condition, although not all visible still you'll get a good feel for first time. Don't worry if you want more, please have a look the other photos below. Though spartan, the interior is said original and complete, and it shows quite well overall. The door panels and seats has been re-covered, but we’re curious about the odometer and the radio conditions, would be greats if are work properly too.
As you've seen here is a correctly engine of the Plymouth P4, it carry a 3.3L or 201ci straight-six engine were can produce about 80-82 horse power backed by 3-speed manual transmission and still running with factory 6-volt electrical system. Though the old, the car is said to runs and drives very well no issue mentioned, awesome.
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This Rare 1937 Plymouth P4 DeLuxe was one of only 7,926 2-door Sedans, out of the total 566,128 Plymouth P4's produced in 1937. This model has great styling lines in comparison to the higher production Touring model 2-door Sedan with the humpback trunk lid. Very solid and original car with an older repaint which shows great. The 201 ci straight-six engine is paired to a 3-speed manual gearbox and drives out phenomenal for a nearly 80 year old car. It fires off with a touch of the choke and idles smoother than most late model cars. Wiring is the original 6-volt system and is in exceptional shape. Everything down to the dome light works. The interior is primarily original with nice patina on the dash. The door panels and seats were re-covered at some point, most likely around the time of the repaint. This is a very respectable old Plymouth that would be a blast to pull out on sunny days for a drive to town, the local parade or the occasional car show.
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