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  Plymouth (automobile) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Plymouth "sailboat logo" used from 1996 to 2001.
Plymouth was a brand of automobile based in the United States, marketed by the Chrysler Corporation and DaimlerChrysler from 1928 to 2001.
The first model was the Plymouth Prowler, a modern-day hot rod.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Plymouth_automobile   (521 words)

  
 Plymouth Duster - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The first Plymouth Duster was a semi-fastback version of the Plymouth Valiant automobile, produced in the US from 1970 to 1976.
The Duster was an instant success for Plymouth, so much so that Dodge insisted to Chrysler management that they receive their own version, the (Dart) Demon, which debuted for 1971.
Although 1976 concluded the run of the original Duster, the name was revived three times as a trim level for other Plymouth cars; first on the 1979-80 Plymouth Volare coupe, then on the front wheel drive 1985 Plymouth Turismo, and finally, from 1992 to 1994 on V6-powered Plymouth Sundance coupes and sedans.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Plymouth_Duster   (878 words)

  
 1935 Plymouth PJ Automobile   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Plymouth had risen to 3rd place in sales in just five years and was now capitalizing on being the biggest low-priced car with all four: hydraulic brakes, safety steel body, weight re-distribution and using 20% less gasoline and oil!
After only two years the six cylinder engine was redesigned in 1935 to include full-length water jackets covering the entire length of the cylinders Directional cooling was accomplished with the addition of a water distribution tube, inserted into the block directly behind the water pump.
Plymouth engineers retained the X-type frame design of the previous years but improved it to withstand twist and torsional stress and increased the number of body mounting points to 46!
www.1935plymouth.com   (290 words)

  
 Plymouth cars of 1930
Plymouth entered the market with a car that can best be described as "confusing" - it was almost a totally new car, yet it was very much the same old car it had been in years past.
Unfortunately for Plymouth, many of the published "photos" of the car were actually artist's renderings - and these artists in many cases took liberties with the actual looks of the cars.
The all steel body also resulted in a much safer automobile and Plymouth would soon capitalize on that, displaying various Corporate cars being rolled over or driven over the side of cliffs, only to be driven away under their own power with minor damage to the vehicle itself.
www.allpar.com /history/plymouth/1930.html   (2378 words)

  
 Plymocoupe: the flying Plymouth
A major change to Plymouth's power plant took place with the '35 models, in which a full length water jacket and water distribution tube were added to the engine.
Plymouth engine blocks from 1935 through 1959 did not expose the cylinder bores which clearly show in the photos of the SF-2's engine.
The day of automobile powered airplanes never really dawned; several other designs involved the use of Studebaker and four cylinder Ford Model A engines--one Oklahoma manufacturer built a series of planes powered by Ford V8s but none ever made a lasting impact on the aviation industry.
www.allpar.com /history/flying-plymouth.html   (2345 words)

  
 Plymouth Roadrunner Parts: Top-Grade Auto, Performance, OEM Roadrunner Parts For A Higher Level Driving Experience!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Plymouth is a United States-based automobile brand that is sold by the Chrysler Corporation from the year 1928 until 2001.
The Plymouth vehicles were known as a sturdy and little cars that attracted hundreds of thousands car owners and wannabes to become loyalists of this brand.
Plymouth Roadrunner performance parts will help you maintain or upgrade the running condition of your car while the aftermarket parts will help you improve the features and quality of your Roadrunner cars.
www.innerauto.com /Plymouth_Parts/Plymouth_Roadrunner_Parts   (381 words)

  
 Leading forfeiture opinions Supreme Court: PLYMOUTH SEDAN v. PENNSYLVANIA, 380 U.S. 693 (1965)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Pursuant to a Pennsylvania statute2 the Commonwealth filed a petition for forfeiture of the automobile.
Furthermore, the return of the automobile to the owner would not subject him to any possible criminal penalties for possession or frustrate any public policy concerning automobiles, as automobiles.
In this case McGonigle, the driver and owner of the automobile, was arrested and charged with a criminal offense against the Pennsylvania liquor laws.
www.fear.org /plymouth.html   (3152 words)

  
 Converted WP file 24677
The circuit court also ruled that the total value of a GTX Plymouth automobile, purchased by David C. James prior to the parties' marriage, but restored with marital funds after the parties' marriage, was wholly the separate property of David C.
In making this order, the circuit court rejected the recommendations of the family law master that the contributions to the marital home be treated as marital property and that the increase in value of the GTX Plymouth automobile, attributable to the expenditure of marital funds, also be treated as marital property.
Here the family law master's findings and conclusions that the $41,798.84 contributed to the construction of the marital home and the increase in value of the GTX Plymouth automobile after the parties' marriage were marital property were supported by substantial evidence and were consistent with the law.
www.state.wv.us /wvsca/DOCS/Spring98/24677.htm   (934 words)

  
 McLellan's Automobile Literature :: Memorabilia -- Plymouth
White decal, with fl lettering, is art rendering of Plymouth Road Runner (bird) holding crash helmet with red heart with forked tail emblem and posing for camera.
White folder opens to 17x11 layout with thirty-one photographs of Plymouth automobiles, beginning with the first Plymouth in 1928 and showing one model for each year through the 1961 model year Plymouth and Valiant.
Cover is blue-toned photograph showing body of Plymouth automobile on assembly line being lowered over engine/chassis.
www.mclellansautomotive.com /sales-lit/bytype/memorabilia/bymake/plymouth/index.shtml   (441 words)

  
 59 Wn.2d 173, GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES INSURANCE COMPANY, Respondent, v. LUCY WOODS, as Administratrix, Defendant, SAM ...
The latter automobile became, and, for purposes of this case, is treated as community property.
The trial court found that the Plymouth car registered in wife's name is not covered by the insurance policy, and that, therefore, the insurance company could not be liable for any damages which might arise from wife's accident.
The insurance policy must be so interpreted, he states, because (1) the Plymouth is included under the coverage for "described automobile" in the policy, and (2) the provisions of the safety responsibility law, to which law the policy refers, compel the same result.
www.mrsc.org /mc/courts/supreme/059wn2d/059wn2d0173.htm   (2066 words)

  
 OSCN Found Document:SMITH v. STATE
Stanley Wells Smith was convicted for the crime of larceny of an automobile after former conviction of a felony, and was sentenced to serve a term of 10 years in the penitentiary.
¶3 The record shows that a 1936 model Plymouth automobile was stolen from in front of the home of Doyle Richardson in the 2900 block on Northwest 23rd Street in Oklahoma City the night of August 31, 1954.
Although the car was a 1936 model Plymouth with very little value, the penalty after conviction upon the information filed against the accused carried with it a minimum of 10 years imprisonment in the penitentiary.
www.oscn.net /applications/oscn/DeliverDocument.asp?citeID=51155   (448 words)

  
 The Death Of Plymouth
The Plymouth automobile was introduced for the 1928 model year as a direct competitor to Ford and Chevrolet.
Plymouth became one of the low-priced-three from Detroit and was usually #3 in sales, just behind Ford and Chevy.
Some of Plymouth's automotive friends are also in poor health - there is a great deal of industry speculation regarding the possible demise of Oldsmobile and Mercury.
www.joesherlock.com /39Ply4.html   (695 words)

  
 McLellan's Automobile Literature :: Cars & Trucks - Plymouth (Items with photos)
Includes discussion, information of trailer towing, specifications, three sets of top and side view dimensional drawings and one and one-third page layout showing fourteen paint colors and thirty-one cloth and vinyl upholstery combinations and which models they were available on.
PLYMOUTH (VIP, Fury, Belvedere, Valiant and Barracuda), "If This Is the Year You've Decided To Go New Car.
Front of card is white, with red and fl lettering, and has four photographs showing three-quarter frontal views of Plymouth Fury, Satellite and Valiant and side and three-quarter rear views of Plymouth Barracuda on showroom floor.
www.mclellansautomotive.com /sales-lit/bymake/plymouth/index-2.shtml   (5708 words)

  
 Downtown Plymouth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The "Plymouth" automobile that was made in Plymouth.
The display of candy, tobacco, liquor, and food stuff could show that this was a General Store, which was in Plymouth, CA early 1900s.
Plymouth Public Square with bandstand and SNandM electric car, CA 1915.
library.norweld.lib.oh.us /Willard/Downtown_Plymouth.htm   (203 words)

  
 December 27 1961 Turbine Press release
The recent announcement of the introduction of the experimental Plymouth Turbo Fury is another major step in a major research program which was revealed in March, 1954, when a Plymouth Belvedere became the first production model passenger car to use an experimental gas turbine as a replacement for a piston engine and operate successfully.
The first engine made the Plymouth virtually vibration free, used either regular gasoline or diesel fuel, had less than 20 per cent as many major moving parts, required no radiator or cooling system, was 200 pounds lighter and had a simplified electrical system.
Hero has been Plymouth’s hero in the furtherance of a new world in automotive transportation that not even this thoughtful Greek could have envisioned some two centuries ago.
www.turbinecar.com /62-program/611227.htm   (376 words)

  
 Converted WP file 94-0621W
Atlantic argues in the alterative that the trial court erred by failing to determine State Farm was equitably estopped from refusing to provide coverage under the policy at issue.
Six days later, on 10 November 1992, Darrisaw's Plymouth automobile collided with a vehicle owned by Laurie M. Woolard and her father, Robert H. Woolard (the Woolards).
No cancellation or refusal to renew by an insurer of a policy of automobile insurance is effective unless the insurer has given the policyholder notice.
www.aoc.state.nc.us /www/public/coa/slip/slip96/94-0621.html   (2265 words)

  
 Dodge Omni - TheBestLinks.com - Chrysler Corporation, Yugo, Time Magazine, Plymouth automobile, ...
The Dodge Omni and similar Plymouth Horizon was a front-drive, subcompact car introduced by the Dodge and Plymouth divisons of Chrysler Corporation in North America in 1978.
Several variants of the platform appeared later, including a stylish coupe known as the Plymouth TC3/Dodge 024 and briefly a small car-like pickup under the Plymouth Scamp name.
The TC3 was renamed the Plymouth Turismo, and the 024 the Dodge Omni Charger, then the Dodge Charger.
www.thebestlinks.com /Dodge_Omni.html   (425 words)

  
 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The defendant transferred his 1988 Plymouth automobile to his wife after a stipulation by the parties.
He has asked for the return of that automobile and transfer to her of a 1985 Ford.
After a separate conference with each party in Chambers, the Court awards $75.00 per month maintenance to plaintiff, retroactive to the institution of the action, the arrears to be paid at $25.00 per month, payments to begin within 10 days after she transfers the 1988 Plymouth automobile back to defendant.
www.courts.state.ny.us /library/buffalo/cases/macri.html   (346 words)

  
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A monthly meeting is held generally on the second Saturday of each month in different parts of Illinois and Eastern Missouri.  In the warmer months our members will tour to members' homes, events and other points of interest.
Owning a Plymouth automobile is not necessary for membership in the club, our members and their families just have a great time meeting every month. 
Plymouth is a registered trademark of Chrysler Corporation and is used with permission.
www.geocities.com /llpoc2001   (395 words)

  
 Plymouth at Mississippi Pack Ratz
Of the leading low priced cars, 939 plymouth is 5 inches longer than one- 6 inches longer than the other.
This is a Plymouth Builds Great Cars ad that is from 1940 and is in ecellent condition.
Plymouth station wagon, biggest in its field with 95 cu.
pages.tias.com /3943/InventoryPage/819693/1.html   (941 words)

  
 Plymouth Yellow Pages
The South Bend Silver Hawks were in Plymouth Tuesday, practicing their batting skills with some local elementary students.
Marshall County Board of Commissioners Attorney Jim Clevenger admits the board and the city has and#8220fiddled with" Bridge 226 for some time and that it is now time to act on a contract with the firm DLZ.
The Marshall County Board of Commissioners didn't wait to be asked before saying no to the possibility of closing a portion of Lilac Road in regard to the Plymouth Airport expansion plan.
marshall.bestredyp.com   (236 words)

  
 OSCN Found Document:HENRY v. P. & E. FIN. CO.
The record is not clear as to whether he signed a note and mortgage covering the Plymouth, although we assume he did since he took possession of the Plymouth.
Henry became dissatisfied with the Plymouth, and the next day he consulted Sigmon about trading the Plymouth for a Packard, and it was agreed that the trade would be made on payment by Henry of an additional sum of $12.39.
The plaintiff agreed to carry the paper on the Packard under the same terms as it had agreed to carry the paper on the Plymouth, on condition that Henry should pay the additional $12.39 in cash.
www.oscn.net /applications/oscn/deliverdocument.asp?citeid=2389   (761 words)

  
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Harvey also pleaded guilty to hit and run with personal injury, and receiving stolen property, a charge that involved a 1997 Plymouth Neon automobile that was stolen within blocks of Mr.
Bryant said that he was fully prepared for trial in this matter, but that regardless of the outcome of any trial by a jury, sentencing in this matter would have been by the judge rather than the jury.
During the investigation, Terrence Harvey admitted that he was the driver of the stolen Plymouth Neon that struck Officer Barwick.
www.vbgov.com /common/news_printable/0,1452,3848,00.html   (602 words)

  
 The Ultimate Dodge Shelby Site
The Plymouth Automobile Site is now open CLICK HERE.
I don't care what the condition of the automobile is, I will still add the car and or truck.
Shortly after that final purchase that cleared the title, I had a little girl that is born, and you would never guess what her name is. That is right her name is, Shelby.
www.soulserpentmedia.com /DodgeShelby/DodgeShelby.html   (798 words)

  
 operation plymouth rock   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Mullaney said some of the boys currently in the troop are the sons of scouts he lead.
One of the most famous operation plymouth rock accomplishments was the 2004.
Membership is high and more than a few scouts have earned the rank operation plymouth rock of eagle, the highest.
www.cars-vortex.com /detail/operation+plymouth+rock.htm   (638 words)

  
 Plymouth Plymouth for sale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Plymouth Arrow Truck (1979 - 1982, rebadged Mitsubishi Forte)
Plymouth Champ (1979 - 1982, rebadged Mitsubishi Mirage)
Plymouth Conquest (1984 - 1986, rebadged Mitsubishi Starion)
www.antiquecar.com /index.php?a=5&b=742&c=37   (448 words)

  
 Links on Antique / Vintage / Prewar Plymouth cars - Pre War Car
The first Plymouth automobile was built on June 11, 1928.
The last Plymouth was built on June 28, 2001.
Founded in 1957 as the Plymouth 4 Cylinder Owners Club with just three members, today the Plymouth Club recognizes all 4, 6 and V8 powered Plymouth cars, Plymouth trucks and Fargo commercial vehicles built from 1928 up through our 'sliding' 25-year age limit.
www.prewarcar.com /links_related.asp?make=Plymouth   (143 words)

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