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1934 Plymouth PFXX “Special Six” AACA Grand National First Prize Winner

Chrysler was a sales monster during the 1930's, capturing 25% of the market, offering more value for dollar that than the cheaper Ford of the Era. '33 was a banner year so Plymouth doubled down with a new and improved model for '34. The PFXX “Special Six” was equipped with a straight 6-cylinder engine, 'floating power' engine mounts, 4-wheel hydraulic brakes, an all-steel body, riding on a 108” wheelbase. They came with an advanced independent front suspension that used unequal A arms. The front coil springs, made from a rod of spring steel originally 12 feet 3 inches long, combined with double acting shock absorbers to achieve a much smoother ride than had been possible before. In the rear, Oilite leaf springs were used. The springs had a rubber cushion mount at the front of the spring while the rear was fitted with a silent U shackle. Steel Artillery Wheels round out the package.

The PFXX came handsomely appointed, chrome-plated grill, chrome windshield frame, twin trumpet horns, twin taillights, chrome headlight shells, interior sun visor, and an ash tray and glove compartment on the dashboard.

This four door Sedan version of the PFXX is a concours restored, showing 79 miles since completion, is a Concours show winning example. Earning AACA National First Prize Winner in 2013 and a Grand National First Prize Winner in 2014 in addition to six other Concours honors. Overall, a benchmark exemplar of an iconic Plymouth, ahead of its time and proof positive that excellence sells even during the Great Depression.

Principal Use

Driven Show Car

Conditional Grade

Excellent Plus
90%-96% of showroom condition. Exceptionally nice. May have slight wear on exterior and interior finishes but visible only under close inspection consistent with years of show detailing, climate controlled storage, enclosed transport, and indoor display. Most cars in this class are not driven more than a few miles per year.

Overall Originality

Restored Concours

Vehicle has usually been professionally restored to the current highest standard, using a combination of refurbished original parts, exact reproduction parts, and new old stock (NOS) parts. Attention to replicating factory fit, finishes, and marking details are paid attention to. Bare metal finishes may be mimicked with paints and coatings to prevent corrosion. Paint and body may exceed the quality produced by the factory.

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* 79 Miles on a Concours Restoration
* AACA National First Prize Winner in 2013 and a Grand National First Prize Winner in 2014 in addition to six other Concours honors.
* Overall, a benchmark exemplar of an iconic Plymouth

Engine

Engine Type
Gasoline
Engine Size
201 CI 6 Cylinder
Fuel Specification

Body

Body Color
Durode Gray and Black
Body Style
Sedan
Doors
Paint Type

Basic

Year
1934
Make
Plymouth
Model
PFXX
Miles
50,781
Stock
543

Interior

Interior Color
Brown
Secondary Interior Color
Black Walnut Grain
Seating Type
Bench
Seat Material
Shifter Type
Center Console
No
Engine Size
201 CI 6 Cylinder
Transmission Type
3 Speed Manual
Body Style
Sedan
Principal Use
Driven Show Car
Conditional Grade
Excellent Plus
Overall Originality
Restored Concours
Current Location
Deland, FL 32724

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