1928 Plymouth Model Q 2 door sedan. Flathead 4 cylinder engine, 3 speed manual transmission, floor shifter. Bucket seats. Restored in the 1970's and still looks / runs / drives good for local shows, parades, ice cream outings, etc. 1928 was the very first year for the Plymouth, and it sports factory hydraulic brakes, which was unusual in an "every day car" back then. I always say Plymouth had to quit making cars because the last ones they made were no more advanced than the 1st. That is; this Plymouth has air conditioning - open the crank up windshield for it. Bucket Seats. Floor shift manual transmission. Cruise Control - set the hand lever on the steering wheel for the throttle and you don't have to use the gas pedal! 2 doors. So, pretty much the same as the last cars they made!
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