Plymouth Deluxe Models P10, P11, P11D and P12 (1940-1941)
1940 to 1941
Body versions :
The Plymouth Deluxe was a large car that Chrysler produced under the Plymouth brand in the model years 1933-1942 and 1946-50. this replaced the New Finer Plymouth From 1941, an even better equipped Plymouth Special Deluxe was offered. there was finally the urgently needed new body, which had received the other brands in the Chrysler Group in the previous year.
Plymouth Deluxe History 1940 to 1941
The wheelbase of the model P10 was now 2972 mm. As the engine moved forward and the rear axle rearward, the passenger compartment increased significantly in volume. All models have now been equipped with heating or ventilation. Despite the completely new bodies, the cars did not look like the previous year's models; only the radiator grille received chrome stripes. The power of the two engines increased to 84 bhp (62 kW) and 87 bhp (64 kW).
The 1941 models looked quite similar to the previous year's models, but came up with significant changes: The split, in the middle of battered hood of the previous year made a battered "Alligator hood" place. The engines mounted below now produced 87 bhp (64 kW) and 92 bhp (68 kW) respectively.
In addition to the normal Deluxe models P11 and P11D, the even better equipped Special Deluxe models P12 were offered. They had two-tone paint and the "Woody" combo could be ordered according to customer requirements in two different shades of wood (the wood came in any case from the ash ). Cabriolet and station wagon were only available as a Special Deluxe.
- Body versions :Saloon , Pullman sedan , station wagon , coupé , convertible
- Engines: Gasoline:3.3 liters
- Power: 62-68 kW
- Length: 4940 to 5609 mm
- Wheelbase:2972 to 3493 mm
- Curb weight: 1266 to 1536 kg