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Preserving Old Plymouths!

Each thumbnail photo links to a larger picture of the car, and the information each club member provided about his/her special Plymouth.

   
Tiffany 28 1928 Plymouth Q Roadster with rumble seat, from Plymouth's first year of production. A running, driving car that appears to be original, the owner says, except possibly for a paint job long before he bought it. Read more …
Rusher 30U 1930 Plymouth U Coupe, a nice restoration with emphasis on driveability and enjoyment. Read more …
Bade 30U 1930 Plymouth U Coupe, a 40-year project car. The owner drove this car, in original condition, during his last two years in college. Forty years later, he realized his dream of turning it into a hot rod. Read more …
1932 PB 1932 Plymouth PB 4-Door Sedan – Read more …
Bade 33 1933 Plymouth PC Coupe, Plymouth's first six-cylinder car. This car was impeccably restored with driving in mind, and it has its original running gear – except for an overdrive unit out of a later-model DeSoto, which allows it to keep up on the highway. Read more …
Brost 33 1933 Plymouth PD Convertible, restored by a long-time CPPC member to drive and enjoy. Read more …
Rogers 33 PDx125 1933 Plymouth PD Coupe – Two generations of family have enjoyed this restored-to-be-driven PD. Read more …
Zesbaugh 34 1934 Plymouth PE Deluxe Business Coupe – Read more …
Wheat 34 Dodge 1934 Dodge Business Coupe Model DR Deluxe – Dual horns, bumper guards, and extra brightwork really dressed up this business coupe. Read more …
Edman 35 Dodge 1935 Dodge Pickup – this truck was purchased from its original owner in 1962 for $35, freshened cosmetically, and kept on the road for years as a family vehicle. Serious restoration began in 1998, and the truck (whose name is Sarah) is still driven regularly. Read more
Bade 35 convert 1935 Plymouth Convertible with rumble seat. An original car in great condition, maintained as a driver. Read more …
Surmon35cpeX125 1935 Plymouth Coupe, a beautifully hot-rodded business couple that goes fast and shows well. Read more …
Bevency37X125 1937 Plymouth P4 4-Door Sedan – a young CPPC member got this car from his grandfather, and intends to keep it on the road. Read more …
Herman37 1937 Plymouth Convertible,with rumble seat. Read more …
1938 Plymouth P5 1938 Plymouth P5 Coupe, a restoration, tweaked with an eye to comfort and safety on the road. Read more …
Ealy 39 thumb 1939 Plymouth P8 Convertible – restored to a high standard, driven whenever possible. Read more …
Pollock X125 1940 Plymouth Deluxe Business Coupe, an extremely low-mile original car. Read more …
Powell 40 1940 Plymouth Deluxe 4-Door Sedan, Read more …
Call 40 1940 Plymouth Special Deluxe 4-Door Sedan, "Old Blue" was acquired from the original owners and painstakingly restored by a CPPC member who recently sold it to a younger man who joined CPPC when he bought the car. There's quite a story here! Read more …
Call 42 1942 Plymouth Special Deluxe Business Coupe – domestic car production stopped in February of 1942 and the industry switched to meeting the needs of a nation at war. This full-dress coupe was built early in the production run, while chrome and stainless was still available. Read more …
42Dodge125 1942 Dodge D-22 Custom Sedan – a long-time CPPC member found a car just like the one he resurrected out of a farmer's field when he was in high school. Read more …
Staff Car 1942 Plymouth P-14C Staff Car – The Town Sedan body was a 1942-only feature for Plymouth, and there are only a handful left. This is the only known authentic staff car of this model. Read more …
Conner 46 1946 Plymouth Special Deluxe 4-Door Sedan – the first of the post-World War II Plymouths was the P15, a facelifted version of the all-new car that had been introduced in 1942. This particular car is a low-mile original. Read more …
Williams 47 1947 Plymouth Club Coupe – Playing catchup after World War II, Plymouth produced the same car with only minor tweaks from 1946 until early 1949. They made great hot rods when they got older. Read more …
Westphal 48 1948 Plymouth Special Deluxe Club Coupe – this beautifully-done P15 is now moved by a Slant 6/Torqueflite power train. Read more …
Mowery 48 1948 Plymouth Special Deluxe 4-Door Sedan – another P15, well-preserved, that's driven to all of our club events. Read more …
Catt48 1948 Plymouth Special Deluxe Convertible – This is an old-school hot-rod, with a Dodge flathead engine and dual carburetion. Read more …
1956 Belvedere 1956 Plymouth Belvedere – A well-preserved V8/Powerflite car. Read more …
GroffRear125 1958 Plymouth Belvedere Convertible – An impeccably-restored Forward Look cruiser. Read more …
59 Fury Fox 1959 Plymouth Golden Fury – Plymouth didn't actually make a Golden Fury in 1959. A CPPC member took it upon himself to create his own idea of what Mopar should have made. Read more …
Tom Fox 59 Belvedere 1951 Plymouth Belvedere Convertible – This big convertible has won prizes all over the Northwest, including the Concours d'Elegance at Forest Grove. Read more …
Klinger 62 1962 Plymouth Sport Fury – 1962 brought a whole new look for Plymouth – the Forward Look was officially gone. Read more …
De Santis 65 1965 Plymouth Satellite – great paint job on this hot-rodded Sattelite. Read more …
Lorraiine Griffey Belvedere 1967 Plymouth Belvedere II – This car has been in CPPC since the founding of the club. It is now on its second CPPC owner. Read more …
Dixon 1967 Barracuda S – The "S" models were special builds in 1967, and this one is special enough to still have its original owner. Read more …
Childs 68 1968 Plymouth Sport Suburban 440 This big, fast wagon – now dressed in Oregon State University colors and driven to tailgate parties – is now on its third CPPC owner. Read more …
   

 

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