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How Plymouth Cars Work

Plymouth produced timeless, classic American cars from 1928 until they closed up shop in 2001. Learn all about Plymouth cars, such as the Prowler.

Plymouth Muscle Cars

Plymouth muscle cars were synonymous with big engines and even bigger thrills. Check out profiles, photos, and specifications of Plymouth muscle cars.

1989 Plymouth Speedster Concept Car

The 1989 Plymouth Speedster concept car blended motorcycle and car design. See pictures and a profile of the 1989 Plymouth speedster concept car.

1930-1932 Plymouth

The 1930-1932 Plymouths are easy to acquire, own, and run and are overall a good investment. Learn more about these collectible cars here.

1968 Plymouth GTX

The 1968 Plymouth GTX was billed as an upscale midsize muscle car. Here's a profile of the 1968 Plymouth GTX that includes photos and specifications.

1969-1973 Plymouth

The 1969-1973 Plymouths were full-size vehicles that had to compete not only externally, but internally against Dodge. Explore these collectible cars.

1949 Plymouth

The 1949 Plymouth "woodie” wagon sold worse than the Suburban station wagon, even though it got a head start in sales. See the 1949 Plymouth wagon.

1955 Plymouth

Plymouth's 1955 vehicles represented a welcome change from previous years’ designs. Learn about the 1955 Plymouth and see photos at HowStuffWorks.

1935-1936 Plymouth

The 1935 Plymouth was new from the frame up, featuring major design and engineering advances. Get important information on this Plymouth model.

1934 Plymouth PE Deluxe

The stylish 1934 Plymouth PE Deluxe achieved sales numbers that helped lift Plymouth to third place. Take a close look at a 1934 Plymouth PE Deluxe.

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