Why This Car Is Special
Plymouth entered the light truck market in 1937. Those trucks sold so well that the marque’s reputation for durability, economy, and reliability helped propel Plymouth to third in the industry in sales for 1937.
We have a very special restored Plymouth PT series truck here at Skyway Classics. It is a tastefully customized pre-war truck that you will find so appealing.
This 1937 Plymouth PT-50 Pickup has been rebuilt with nice up-grades. It is powered by a 198ci 6-cylinder engine and 3-speed manual transmission and Ford 9-inch rear end.
The engine has mostly original parts and appearance and sits in its detailed, painted, and restored engine compartment looking very much like the day it rolled off the assembly line back in 1937.
The re-done interior has a two-tone bench seat complimented by matching door panels, finished dash with gauges, black carpeting and floor mats, Grant GT padded three-spoke steering wheel with tilt steering, manual shifter on the floor, and an AM/FM radio stereo system with speakers on the doors.
It also has a very nice custom wood bed with a tonneau cover covering it to protect it from the weather and a storage drawer under the seat in the interior.
The restoration saw a new two-tone silver and dark gray paint job over the graceful lines and fenders and was said to be themed for the Rose Bowl and Rose Bowl Parade. It has its Deluxe Plymouth ship hood ornament, great chrome and bumpers, side gas tank chrome cap, side mirrors, great glass and headlights.
The underside is clean enough to eat off of and it has just the right stance by running silver and grey wheels with chrome caps and rings as well as blackwall performance tires.
This is one fine and rare restored Plymouth PT series truck we have here at Skyway Classics that you will be proud to own and drive anywhere. It is period correct, has a special look, and will attract admiration and crowds when you park it anywhere or take it to cruises and car shows.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.