Very rare early 1933 coupe titled as 1932, the first of the all new 189 cu in engine.

Very rare early 1933 coupe titled as 1932, the first of the all new 189 cu in engine. Chrysler Corp. spent over 9 million in research and development to produce the new 1933 PC 6 cylinder model completely redesigned. Very few built because they met dealer and customer resistance as they looked much like the 1932 PB model with 2 more cylinders. With its short wheelbase, slanted windshield, chrome radiator and design of hood and louver slope that did not "synch" with the suicide doors. The car took on an awkward appearance, realizing the predicament, Plymouth engineers put a crash program into gear, restyling the car before the spring selling season. The PC was dropped altogether and the redesign was known as the PCXX. This car believed to be the redesigned PCXX. This car was a beautiful original that enjoyed a complete professional frame off restoration, sparing no expense. The wine maroon contrasted with the black fenders and wide whites make this little coupe "Pop"! The chassis is all rebuilt as needed, new glass, new interior, show chrome and paint. Runs and drives whisper quiet, ready to show as the mopar star.
Options and Accessories
  • Wide whitewalls
  • Dual wipers
  • Rumble seat
  • Rear mount spare and metal cover
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