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1933 Plymouth De Luxe Rumble Seat Coupe [PD]

1933 Plymouth De Luxe [PD] in Sweet and Lowdown, Movie, 1999 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1933 Plymouth De Luxe Rumble Seat Coupe [PD]

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Comments about this vehicle

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Sunbar UK

2006-04-03 13:58

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Black coupe on the right.

TheDriver CH

2006-04-03 19:11

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Must be a chevy 3-window coupe, but I'm not quite sure...

Junkman UK

2006-04-04 02:37

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This is really difficult, but my guess is 1933 DeSoto business coupe for the following reasons:

The wheel hubs and caps
The chrome headlamps
The spare wheel with metal insert
The louvres in the hood (outrules Chevrolet, which had flaps)
The area where the front fenders meet the running boards (outrules Ford)
The low mounted taillamps
The general 'architecture' of the car is somehow Chrysler-esque

wrenchhead US

2006-04-04 04:21

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Junkman, I agree. Here is a 1933 DeSoto note the hubs/caps, squaty top, hood louvers, and low tail lights plus it just looks right. http://www.duricy.com/~desoto/desaga/1933DeSoto_1.jpg

russgvrs US

2008-02-27 06:13

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Oh come on guys lets get our facts straight. The car in the picture is a 5 window coupe. DeSoto only made a 3 window coupe. Judging from the ornateness and the tail lights it is a 1933 Dodge DP rumble seat coupe. How do I know? Because I own a 33 DeSoto coupe.

-- Last edit: 2008-02-27 06:14:21

yvon52 BE

2008-08-10 00:48

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This is a Plymouth. Reason = the bumper is not a DeSoto nor a Dodge one
This is a 1933 Plymouth DeLuxe Six, Model PD

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