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1950 Plymouth Special De Luxe Club Coupe [P-20]

1950 Plymouth Special De Luxe [P-20] in Code Two, Movie, 1953 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1950 Plymouth Special De Luxe Club Coupe [P-20]

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Big Dave VA

2007-10-22 11:59

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Well, we have a convertible and a sedan. The convertible is a circa 1952 Lincoln probably a Capri. The sedan, I believe is an early 50s Plymouth 4 door.

58Roadmaster US

2007-10-23 03:22

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1950 De Luxe or Special De Luxe? or 51-52 Cambridge or Cranbrook. That's all the models I've found. Not a lot to go by.


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Firebird86 US

2007-10-23 04:50

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On the 1950/51 Plymouths, the fuel cap was on the left rear fender, the veh above appears to have the fuel cap in the left rear on the back, I think this maybe a 1950 DeSoto Custom
link cursor down to appropriate year. comments?

58Roadmaster US

2007-10-23 07:14

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I don't think De Soto, see how the trunk latch, etc. is arranged on the picture showing the rear side of a 1951 Plymouth Cranbrook Convertible. This may not be the right model, just illustrating the chrome and branding placement. It looks correct as being Plymouth.
http://oldcarandtruckpictures.com/Chrysler/1951PlymouthCranbrookConvertible-02.jpg

Ray B. FR

2007-10-23 11:58

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I agree with 1950 Plymouth. The trunk latch makes the difference. Given the length of the trunk, I'd go for a Club Coupe, though.

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