Lot 282 - 1934 Chrysler Plymouth Deluxe Convertible Coupé

Lot 282 - 1934 Chrysler Plymouth Deluxe Convertible Coupé

Lot 282 - 1934 Chrysler Plymouth Deluxe Convertible Coupé

Lot Number 282
Registration EEL 504
Chassis Number PC33802CC-258711
Engine Number PE174253
Odometer reading 86,718 miles
Estimate £17,000 - £22,000
  • Charming older restoration
  • First UK registered in 1938

The 1934 Chrysler Plymouth Deluxe Convertible stands as a timeless icon of automotive elegance and innovation. Boasting sleek, art deco-inspired lines, these cars exude a sense of sophistication which defined an era. The convertible top, a marvel of engineering for its time, added an element of versatility and open-air freedom to the driving experience. Beneath the stylish exterior, the Plymouth Deluxe featured a robust 3.3-litre flathead inline six-cylinder engine, delivering an excellent balance of power and efficiency. Its comfortable interior, adorned with luxurious materials, showcased Chrysler's commitment to craftsmanship. The 1934 model marked a pivotal year in automotive design, as manufacturers embraced aerodynamics and streamlined aesthetics. The Chrysler Plymouth Deluxe Convertible remains a cherished relic of automotive history, celebrated for its blend of performance, style, and the spirit of a bygone era.

This example presents in excellent condition, understood to be an older 1980’s restoration, which has stood up to the test of time well. The car was first registered in the UK to a Mrs. Meadows in 1938, who would retain ownership of the car right through the war years until 1957. Mrs. Meadows is believed to have travelled to Norwalk, Connecticut by Steamship in 1938 to purchase this car, so it was evidently in enthusiast ownership since its very early years. Our vendor purchased the car in 2016 and has enjoyed it ever since, reporting it is a joy to drive and the rear rumble seat is always popular with his grandchildren. The car is supplied with a current V5C registration document, older buff logbooks, period owner’s manuals and brochure and a handful of invoices. Presenting in a very attractive colour scheme of a light eggshell grey with red interior, this would make an excellent addition to any collection and you’d be very unlikely to bump into another one. Consignor Fraser Smith.

 

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