Engine: 217/100 HP Flathead Inline-6
Transmission: Semi-Automatic Hy-Drive
Produced by the Plymouth division of Chrysler from 1951-1953, the Plymouth Cranbrook is a practically designed automobile that replaced the Plymouth Special Deluxe. The car was created with a more conservative crowd in mind, and aimed to please a market that was captivated by the “low and sleek look”.
For 1953, the boxier shape of the earlier production Cranbrooks was spruced up with straighter lines creating a sleeker and more modern styling. The windshield was now a one-piece unit (rather than the 2-piece from 1951-1952) and former long and short wheelbases were consolidated into a single 114 inch wheelbase. The full-sized automobile was offered as a 4-Door Sedan, 2-Door Coupe, 2-Door Hardtop Coupe, 2-Door Convertible and 3-Door Wagon.
This 1953 Plymouth Cranbrook 2-Door convertible is finished in two-toned blue with a lovely Cortez Gray interior with Wedgewood Blue accents and contrasting red pinstriping. It also features its original wood and chrome steering wheel, matching blue convertible top cover and continental kit. It is powered by a Inline-6 and Hy-Drive transmission with column mounted shifter. The car has not been driven recently and may need a mechanical “freshening”.
Other notable features include:
- Chromed and painted grille
- Chrome bumpers
- Continental kit
- One-piece windshield
- Driver’s side gauges
- Push button radio
- Center glovebox
- Dual chromed mirrors
Eye-catching and classic. Don’t miss out on this sleek ride.
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