thats good that we have another Mopar fan.
I am going nuts trying to get my 1950 Ply ready for grefettie . I think Ill make it. the hold up is my tires.I got cookers coming. they should be here intime. finished the wireing today. head linner is going in tomorrow. then door panels, carpet, and then the seats. I lucked out a friend of mine is a retired aupolstery guy here in Myrtle Creek. there is going to be a show and shine here in Myrtle Creek the 27th of june. if you are intrested I can send you the info.
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If memory serves me right, the P-17 (1949), and the P-19 (1950) were always DeLuxe models, not Special DeLuxe's. One of main differences were that the DeLuxe models did not have exterior chrome around the windshield, but only rubber. The interiors also seemed more spartan than the Special Deluxe models. A 1947 Plymouth DeLuxe Business Coupe I once owned also did not have exterior chrome around the windshield, and the basic interior. My 1954 MoPar Master Parts book shows that P-18's and P-20's also came in Deluxe models. As far as short wheelbase's, I owned a 1950, P-20, Special Deluxe Suburban. Again I'm going by my memory, but from the age of 15 in 1967 through the late 1970's I owned Plymouths from 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949 (1st and 2nd series), 1950, 1952, and 1954. At one time I had tried the own all six of the P-15 body options available, but I came up two short (No convertible or two door sedan). I've parted out just as many to keep the others on the road. I enjoy reading all of the posts because there is always something new that can be learned from the P-15 owners. Thanks, Garry.