1937 Plymouth Sedan

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1937 Plymouth Sedan

Post by Navarre » Mon Jan 04, 2016 5:09 pm

Hi gents,

This is my first post in this staff cars forum and please, I would need some help.

I found for sale a 1937 Plymouth Sedan near my house and I would like to know if this car was used by the US ARMY during the WW2 years.

Exactly like this one
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Thanks in advance

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Re: 1937 Plymouth Sedan

Post by Price B W » Tue Mar 22, 2016 3:49 pm

I'm no expert and know that Gen. Patton had a 75 series Cadillac but the only "official" listing I could find was
The September 1943 War Department manual TM 9-2800 ("Standard Military Motor Vehicles")
lists two 5-Passenger 4x2 Sedan models:
• Light: Manufactured by Chevrolet, Ford, Plymouth
• Heavy: Manufactured by Buick, Packard
And I believe the Plymouth was the P11 model
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