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1941 Plymouth Sedan

1941 Plymouth Sedan with a 3 speed manual transmission with original paint and interior. Plymouth was one of the top selling American automobile brands for years and together with Chevrolet and Ford were known as the three marquees of the American automobile market. Plymouth almost surpassed Ford in 1940-41 as the second most popular make of automobiles in the United States. In 1941 Plymouth built its four millionth car. Model sales were high in the early 1940's as people purchased new vehicles in anticipation of the United States' entry into WWII. This 1941 Plymouth has only 34,882 original miles on it. This car accidentally rolled into the Susquehanna River in the mid-1980s while waiting for the ferry in Millersburg. The car was pulled out and drained, and the watermarks can still be seen in the interior. The car now resides at the Eagles Mere Auto Museum.
1941 Plymouth Sedan with a 3 speed manual transmission with original paint and interior. Plymouth was one of the top selling American automobile brands for years and together with Chevrolet and Ford were known as the three marquees of the American automobile market. Plymouth almost surpassed Ford in 1940-41 as the second most popular make of automobiles in the United States. In 1941 Plymouth built its four millionth car. Model sales were high in the early 1940's as people purchased new vehicles in anticipation of the United States' entry into WWII. This 1941 Plymouth has only 34,882 original miles on it. This car accidentally rolled into the Susquehanna River in the mid-1980s while waiting for the ferry in Millersburg. The car was pulled out and drained, and the watermarks can still be seen in the interior. The car now resides at the Eagles Mere Auto Museum.