1950 Plymouth Suburban start-up and drive
1950 Plymouth Suburban being started up by my homie's brother and being driven to test out the new coil-overs.
1952 Plymouth Suburban Station Wagon Blu Eustis042316
Very nicely restored wagon...beautiful paint, chrome and interior! Looks like it has overdrive too, fairly uncommon for Plymouth! Notice the visor over the windshield and the sliding glass windows in the second position on the side of the car. An all steel wagon was certainly more trouble free than the wooden bodied ones of the preceding years. "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use." Show less
1953 Plymouth Cambridge Suburban Stationwagon Blu NewSmyr120812
This wagon demonstrates the interesting evolution of the American stationwagon. Plymouth first offered an all steel version in 1949, but continued to produce wooden sided ones through the 1950 model year...by 1951 only all steel models were produced. In 1953, Plymouth offered 3 transmissions, standard manual, overdrive and by March of the year, HyDrive which was their semi automatic transmissions its other Mopar mates had offered for some time. By 1954, unbelievably, Powerflite two speed fully automatic was offered! It was a time of transition.
1950 Plymouth Suburban
Nice Clean example , Simple lowered Caddi Caps white walls nice 1950 Plymouth Suburban Sultans Car Club. 8/2/15. StrtRodder100Tv.