Plymouth was a brand name owned by the Chrysler Corporation and began manufacture in Detroit in 1928.  Prices were slightly higher than comparable Fords but their first car, the Model Q, sold well.  Plymouth became one of the “Big Three” in US car sales and their vehicles were also manufactured in other countries.  After WW II, the company continued to prosper and their cars also had many successes in NASCAR events.  A wide variety of different Plymouth models were built over decades, before the name was discontinued by Chrysler in 2001.

1928 Plymouth Model Q Coupe
1935 Plymouth De Luxe 3-Window Coupe. Model by Brooklin
1941 Plymouth Pick-Up. Model by Motor Max
1954 Plymouth Belvedere Suburban. Model by Brooklin
1955 Plymouth Belvedere Convertible. Model by Brooklin
1957 Plymouth Savoy. Model by Universal Hobbies
1958 Plymouth Fury (from the film "Christine"). Model by Autoworld
1959 Plymouth Savoy. Model by White Box
1959 Plymouth Savoy. Model by White Box
1960 Plymouth Valiant Stationwagon. Model by Best of Show
1960 Plymouth Valiant Sedan. Model by Best of Show
1960 Plymouth XNR Prototype. Model by Best of Show
1960 Plymouth Fury Convertible. Model by NEO
1964 Plymouth Belvedere. Model by Universal Hobbies
1968 Plymouth Sport Fury 2-door Hardtop. Model by NEO
1969 Plymouth GTX. Model by Century
1970 Plymouth Road Runner. Model by Matchbox
1970 Plymouth Superbird - driven in NASCAR by Richard Petty. Model by Racing Champions
1971 Plymouth GTX V8. Model by Road Signature
1971 Plymouth Barracuda. Model by Matchbox
1975 Plymouth Fury. Model by Greenlight Collectibles
1977 Plymouth Fury. Model by NEO
1998 Plymouth Prowler. Model by Road Champs
1999 Plymouth Prowler. Model by Eagle's Race