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Playboy - 1947-1951Details click here
No, the playboy was not invented by hugh hefner, nor was it built in the shape of a bunny. The automobile was the work of three buffalo businessmen: A packard dealer, a pontiac engineer and a garage owner. Hardly 100 of these three-passenger compact convertibles were made.
Plymouth Acclaim - 1989Details click here
The plymouth acclaim, a midsized sedan, is among the cheapest five- or six-passenger cars available in the united states. A 1991 consumer satisfaction survey gave it the highest rating among domestic cars of its class and ranked it behind only the toyota camry and honda accord overall.
Plymouth Barracuda - 1967-1969Details click here
While ford was introducing its acclaimed mustang in 1964, plymouth launched its own pony car, a fastback hardtop coupe called the barracuda. For 1967 a convertible and pillarless notchback coupe joined the series. The barracuda became a muscle car with a choice of performance packages.
Plymouth Belvedere Habdtop - 1957-1958Details click here
If you bought the publicity, then the 1957 plymouths had been given the bodystyles planned for i960 almost three years early. They certainly carried some of the most eye-catching lines of any american car from that extravagant era, with the tallest tailfins and the biggest windshields
Plymouth Belvedere Street Hemi - 1966-1967Details click here
When chrysler gave its new street hemi engine to the dodge coronet and charger, plymouth also received the powerful v8, with its hemispherical-shaped combustion chambers, as an option for belvederes and satellites. As if seeking to avoid charges of encouraging reckless driving, chrysler said the 425hp hemi was meant especially [for] those who maintain an active interest in sanctioned off-highway timed trials.
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