1932 Plymouth PB Sedan For Sale or Trade. Fresh barn-find. Just pulled out a barn in New Hampshire where the car has been stored since 1976. One owner for the past 40+ years. Previous owner bought the car while in high school and drove it regularly for years. In 1976, he was posted overseas with a new job and he's been living in Asia since and the car has been stored inside. It's now ready for the next owner to get it back up and running. The production of the Chrysler Plymouth's began in 1928 which was the same point in history that Ford introduced their Model A. Even with stiff competition, the Plymouth marque was able to establish Chrysler as one of the top three automakers in the United States by the late 1920s. Their cars were sturdy and dependable and soon to become a style leader. Based in Detroit, Plymouth introduced their first model assigned a model year classification by the Chrysler Corporation in 1932, and it was the 1932 Plymouth PB. This was the same year Plymouth introduced one-piece front fenders, free-standing chrome headlamps, and a better version of their four-cylinder engine. The Plymouth PB's of 1932 were offered as a four-door sedan, business coupe, two-door sedan, rumble seat coupe, sports roadster, business roadster, phaeton, convertible coupe, convertible sedan, seven passenger sedan, and as a plain chassis. A total of 159 examples of the rolling chassis were created. The most popular bodystyle was the Four Door Sedan which saw 38,066 units created. Total production for the year was 121,468 units which meant they displaced Buick to become the third among US automobile producers for 1932.