1950 Plymouth Special Deluxe Convertible
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Collegeville, Pennsylvania, United States
Features and Specifications
|Engine:||217 ci straight 6|
|Transmission:||3 speed transmission|
|Drive type:||2 wheel rear drive|
|Interior color:||green vinyl with tan cloth|
|Vehicle Title:||Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed|
1950 Plymouth Other Special Deluxe
Up for sale is my beautiful 1950 Plymouth Special Deluxe Convertible.
It has the original 217-cu.in. L-head six with the 3–speed on the tree trans that were both rebuilt during the cars restoration about 5 years ago.
Odometer shows 1,440 miles since being restored.
Out of 610,954 Plymouths built in 1950, only 12,697 were convertibles. So this makes her a ‘special’ Special Deluxe.
It came out of a private collection here in PA and was purchased by a friend of mine a few years ago. He kept the car for a while and made the following improvements: Converted the 6V system to 12V, ( You can drive this car at night and actually see the road!) added a 2 BBL carb with electric choke and dual exhaust. It sounds awesome!
After purchasing the car from him, I had a new power top motor installed because the old original motor still worked but needed 2 people to help. Also added front seat belts. The car runs, shifts and stops perfect. Runs cool and does not overheat even in stop and go summer traffic.
All gauges, dash lights, turn signals and the heater work. There are no mechanical issues.
All belts, hoses, wiring harness and plug wires are perfect. Oil was just changed this fall.
This car needs nothing, just get in drive and enjoy.
The channel green paint is excellent but has 2 very small touched up spots on the trunk lid.
All the glass, chrome, trim, interior and dash are in excellent condition.
I’ve taken this car on several long trips without any issues and she get’s over 20 miles to the gallon!
I’m real particular with my cars. So here’s what it needs to be perfect. The radio does not operate. It’s 6V. Car is now 12V. The dual spotlights are real, not dummies. But were never wired to work. Trunk lock tumbler spins but doesn’t catch. The passenger side, rear fender molding is slightly pitted but has not broken through the chrome. But don’t worry. I found a brand new rare, expensive NOS piece that’s still in the original box. It goes with the car. That’s really it. If it were any nicer, you wouldn’t want to drive it!
I have the car for sale locally and reserve the right to end the auction early.
This is one car I’m sad to let go but it’s time to let her go to a new good home.
I have a Buy it now price of $31,000 but will consider very close offers.
My name is George. I am not a car dealer, just a car guy collector.
Please call me at 610-804-0958 with any questions and thanks for looking.