1928 Plymouth Model Q news, pictures, and information
The Plymouth marque provided Chrysler with a vessel that could compete head-to-head with Ford and Chevrolet, marking the creation of the industry's 'low-priced three.'
The Plymouth's Mayflower sailing ship logo linked the car with the Pilgrims' landing at Plymouth Rock. A thin, ribbon-style radiator shell made the hood look even longer.
Model year production for 1928 reached 66,097 units. The Model Q was available in seven different bodystyles that included two roadsters (one with a rumble seat), a DeLuxe Coupe, a tourer, a 2- and 4-door sedan, and a standard coupe.
By Daniel Vaughan | Nov 2010
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