1933 Plymouth PC Coupe

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"The 1933 PC and PD model Plymouths are very significant cars in the history of Chrysler Corporation," according to Jim Benjaminson, in the Plymouth Bulletin. "Following the successful sales year of 1932, in which Plymouth was the only automaker to show a sales increase over 1931, Walter Chrysler announced an unprecedented move. The Corporation, despite the fact that it had lost money, would spend nine million dollars to retool for a new car to replace the 4-cylinder PB. The significance of these cars is that they entered Plymouth into the world of the 6-cylinder automobile. And this car would put the Chrysler Corporation into second place in production and sales for the year 1933, bumping the Ford Motor Company into the third place spot for the first time in its history."

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