1932 Plymouth Plymouth PB Seven Passenger Deluxe Sedan

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1932 Plymouth Plymouth PB Seven Passenger Deluxe Sedan
Engine Specifications:
  • Four cylinder
Engine Misc.:
  • N/A
Turbocharger & Induction:
  • N/A
Fuel & Tuning:
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • N/A
Weight reduction & transfer:
  • N/A
Suspension, wheels & tires:
  • N/A
  • Seven Passenger
  • Deluxe Sedan


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Created: 30th April 2012 20:55
Last Modified: 16th December 2014 08:00
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Author Comment Date
abishek2222 Beautiful Beautiful ! 27th December 2013
KPS Thanks Vineet

The restoration thread is here


15th January 2013
vineethvazhayil Wonderful car. Feels great to see anything from that period in such great condition! Good work to keep things churning over and clean! 15th January 2013
KPS Thank you Vintagegarden for your kind comments 28th December 2012
Vintagegarden No Words... Hats off to the workmanship... 24th December 2012
Automaton Ah, that clears the air. Thank you.
Hopefully I would have the privilege of seeing it in person someday. And the other beauties in your garage.
23rd November 2012
KPS Thank you Automaton for your kind comments. Yes the car has come out well

To answer your questions

The CDN Plate refers to "Canada" and is issued by The Canadian Automobile Association. In the old days the right hand drive imports from Chrysler Corporation were from Canada. This Plymouth was manufactured in US but since my Sister is based in Canada we just put that plate in her honour.

With regard to the MCP plates. The Motor Vehicle Act of India was brought into force in 1939. Prior to this registration, was done under British India with Bombay (B), Central Province (CP), Madras Province(MCP) etc. We were fortunate enough to get evidence of the first registration of the car in 1933 which was the MCP number. For the car rally we put the MCP # so that we could bring awareness of the numbers before the Motor Vehicle Act, 1939. I am glad you asked.

Yes the aluminium plate does read "Tiffany". This was a period accessory so that you could scrape your shoes of mud before you got into
1st August 2012
Automaton She is beautiful!

What's the CDN plate behind? The front has a MCP 6524 plate, where as the back is MYY 318. Why is that?

Does the aluminum plate on the foot board read 'Tiffany'?

Also, am not really qualified on this, but can the steering wheel get a glossier black finish to match the rest of the 'looks-like-new' car?

Love the imposing front shot, the first picture. And the leather knickknacks all around.
31st July 2012
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