The first Plymouth automobile was built on June 11, 1928. The last Plymouth was built on June 28, 2001. Both the first and last cars were equipped with four cylinder engines. Both were designed to meet the needs of the low priced end of the automotive market.
This web site is intended to be a non-commercial resource for people interested in the first decade of Plymouth production, 1928 to 1937. There are no, and will be no, advertisements on this site. Any links or references to commercial sites do not constitute a recommendation to purchase from those companies. Such links are provided only as a service to those searching for possible vendors of rare or hard to find parts.
Type of information found on the site
Links to possible parts vendors in contained in the parts section. Links to clubs and other sites are on the links page.
Model By Model Specifications and Information
Information about different models can be found in the “Models” area.
In the parts section there is a cross reference of parts from the original Chrysler numbers to those available now or those “new old replacement stock” (NORS) that might be found in flea markets and swap meets. If the part is available only from a specialty source, then a hyperlink is provided to information about the possible vendor. These hyperlinks do not constitute a recommendation for the vendor.
As the title of this section implies, look here for repair procedures. These generally cover topics that are missing from standard repair manuals.
Look within the Miscellaneous section for items that don't obviously fit within any of the above categories.
In keeping with the book like organization of this site, the back matter area contains various appendices and the list of references used in creating this site.
To Find Recently Changed Pages
There are a lot of pages here and some have not changed for quite a while. If your are a repeat visitor and want to see what is new, you may wish to check the page modification dates found on the site map page located in the Backmatter area.
For you hard core computer geeks, we now have a change log in RSS format. Point your news aggregator at our change log and you will be notified when changes are made.
The information on this web site can always be expanded upon, so if you have any information or photographs that you feel would aid a restorer, and you can provide copyright release, please send them to me at