Wonderfully restored 1932 Plymouth PB with strong mechanicals and a pleasing beige finish with orange trim. Has been lovingly owned and maintained for many years in the same family. Exceptionally strong inside and out. The paint is excellent, and finished in an attractive beige with orange accents. Chrome and trim are strong. The interior has been professionally restored to high standards with high quality fabrics and materials. The best part are the mechanicals--the car drives wonderfully. Shifts easily and drives easily with tight handling. The 1930-1932 Plymouth has long been beloved by collectors (the Plymouth Owners Club was originally devoted only to the four-cylinder models). These good-looking small cars offered styling that followed general Chrysler trends, which were excellent in the early '30s. Mechanical features included four-wheel hydraulic brakes, "Floating Power" rubber engine mounts in 1931, and more horsepower in 1932 -- the four-cylinder Plymouth's final year. Pluses of the 1930-1932 Plymouth: Easy to acquire, own, and run Good club support Parts readily available Production of the 1930-1932 Plymouth: 1932: 83,910 1932 open models (PA & PB): 4,843 roadsters; 787 4-door phaetons; 7,636 convertible coupes Price, new: $495-785 The frame was upgraded to a “rigid X” construction and oil filters become standard equipment. The brake drums are now “centrifuse” (basically steel drums with a cast iron friction surface fused to them).
1932 Plymouth PB Sedan--SOLD (Pennsylvania) - $0
|Paint||Very good beige with orange rims|
|Steering Wheel||Very Good|
|Engine||4 Cylinder Flathead, Runs Great|
|Performance||Very Comfortable and Peppy!|