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1931 Plymouth Business Coupe [PA]

1931 Plymouth [PA] in Cannery Row, Movie, 1982 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1931 Plymouth Business Coupe [PA]

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nzcarnerd NZ

2012-06-20 22:24


Not a Model A - note the oval rear window. It is a circa 1930-31 Chrysler product - might be a 1931 Plymouth PA but the hubcaps don't look right.

-- Last edit: 2012-06-20 22:51:23

nzcarnerd NZ

2012-06-21 09:30


Here it is - Link to "www.oldcarsweekly.com" - 1931 Plymouth PA Coupe.

nzcarnerd NZ

2012-06-23 05:36


Still mystified why Plymouths have to have the body type listed under the 'model' section when there was no model designation for Plymouths in this era - they only made one model and there was no need to differentiate it. The body type should be under 'extra info' like every other make - simply in order to keep the whole thing homogenous. If one was being technically correct the model is PA. From 1933 they made more than one model and used the letter designations to differentiate the various different models. I have no interest in what the advertising material says either. My 1929 Canadian-built Plymouth sedan is simply a Plymouth - the fact that the body is a sedan does not mean it is a different model from the other types made that year. There is a problem with understanding of the English language. Much like the word original. Original paint is the actual paint that was applied at the factory when a car was new - not a repaint in the correct colour. My Plymouth has its original paint but it is worn very thin after more than 80 years.

-- Last edit: 2012-06-23 05:43:24


2012-07-07 14:00


It´s no mystery what so ever, and it has also been explained to you several times before. This is the way Plymouth cars were marketed during the first years. Very similar to this Dodge: /vehicle.php?id=440135

-- Last edit: 2012-07-07 14:00:36

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