4 Door Sedan
- Engine Size
- Transmission Type
- 3 Speed Manual
1937 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan
Plymouth was the #3 brand in 1937; it was the only American company to post gains every year during the Depression, so far — indeed, the only automaker to post any gain at all in 1932.
Plymouth's 1937 lineup consisted of three cars, along with a new truck chassis. The cars were the P3, P4, and PT50. The P3 was the business model, with a removable pickup box on the business coupe. It did not have vent windows on the front doors, used painted dashboards rather than woodgrain, and had cheaper trim in general. Sheet metal was painted black unless the customer paid for a different color.
Jim Benjaminson wrote that 1937 was the best year for most of the industry since the all-time record year of 1929. “Following the terrible years of the Great Depression, it had everyone smiling. Plymouth had built and sold 566,128 vehicles, setting a record that would stand until 1950.”
This is a nice original 75,000-mile car with one repaint. The interior is all original, the seats aren't bad, but the head liner and door panels are a little worse. This car features a 201 cu. In. flathead 6-cylinder engine that runs and sounds good. This is a very good original car that needs a little TLC. It comes with wheel trim rings, headlight rings, new water, fuel pumps and generator. Comes with lots of extra parts.