1930 Plymoth roadster

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1929 Plymouth Roadster at Country Classic Cars
We thought you might like a look at this very nice 1929 Plymouth Roadster. It features a rumble seat and it's still powered by the original flathead four. It's an older restoration, but it's a nice driver quality car. Thanks for taking a look! Filmed at Country Classic Cars in Staunton, IL http://countryclassiccars.com/ The background track is "Travel Light", by Jason Shaw, of Audionautix.com. It is available, royalty-free, under Creative Commons unported license 3.0.





1931 Plymouth 4C Classic
This car has two spare tires with covers,and this car is two tone,have the the title from 1931. This car has every part nothing is missing .It's been in a barn for 80 years... Ad Id# 103130 http://www.blogger.com/profile/01414909975286392072





1928 plymouth Q tourer
This is my newest project. A 1928 Plymouth Q tourer. It is fitted with a Holden body. She has a 170ci 4 cylinder, 4 wheel hydraulic brakes, 3 speed gearbox. History is unknown except it lived in Cessnock, NSW.





1930 Plymouth, Model 30-U, Sedan, Survivor, SOLD!
1930 Plymouth, Model 30-U, Sedan, Survivor, FOR SALE! This is an amazing survivor. This is a 1930 Plymouth Model 30-U built in Detroit in the first half of May, 1930. Since then it has travelled under 49,800 miles and has been owned by two families for over 80 years!! It retains all of its originality with one repaint done decades ago. On June 6, 1930, Mr. Art Waterman of Blue Hill Nebraska bought this Plymouth for $750. He borrowed $50 from Commercial Bank, traded in his old Ford and had saved $600 in cash for the occasion. He loved his old Plymouth. He kept it for the next 42 years until he sold it to Bob Kreuger of Ayr, Nebraska six miles up the road. Mr. Kreuger paid the princely sum of $400 for the car. That was on July 20, 1972. About 25 years later Mr. Kreuger's son inherited the Plymouth and he owns it today. All this is documented, including the series of gas rationing stamps and certifications necessary during the early 1930's, that are still on this cars windshield. There are even registration documents dating from 1945. For more information go to www.classicpromenade.com or call Harry at 951-901-5088




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