Dimension L: 12 W: 6 H: 4.5 Inches
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Plymouth had a good year in 1937; it built its 2 millionth car, sold a record 525,472 cars, and became third in the industry for output. Plymouth was the only U.S. automaker to post a gain in sales in every year during the Depression. The P-4 Deluxe replaced the P-2 model of 1936 with a slightly shorter wheel-based model styled to have a “plumper” look than the narrow 1936 models. Our 1937 Plymouth P4 Deluxe Black model is beautifully handmade out of tin. It features many intricate details such as rolling wheels, headlights, turn signals, front and rear bumper reinforcement, big fenders, front grill, steering wheel, seats, windshield wipers, and more. Proudly display this model anywhere you like and it will surely make a conversational piece. A must-have for the collector and enthusiast!
Plymouth was a brand of automobiles based in the United States, produced by the Chrysler Corporation and its successor DaimlerChrysler. The brand first appeared in 1928 in the United States to compete in what was then described as the "low-priced" market segment dominated by Chevrolet and Ford. Plymouth was the high-volume seller for the automaker until the late 1990s. The brand was withdrawn from the marketplace in 2001. The Plymouth models that were produced up to then were either discontinued or rebranded as Chrysler or Dodge.