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)