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1955
Plymouth
Savoy
Stock # 4684-DFW
Engine 230 Flathead I6
Transmission 3 Speed Manual
Color Pompano Peach
Interior Sand
Mileage 78,676 (Unknown)
Chassis
Front Wheel Specification 15"
Rear Wheel Specification 15"
Front Brakes Specification Drum
Rear Brakes Specification Drum
Spare Factory
Options
Vinyl Interior Heat Cloth Interior Defrost
Advertised Price
SINGLE FAMILY OWNER, SURVIVOR W/ OLDER REPAINT, 230 FLATHEAD 6 CYL, 3 SPD MAN

Rarely do you find an awesome two-tone classic like this for a value price. So take a look at the full vintage package this 1955 Plymouth Savoy offers. And as you really dig into this one, you'll also discover a great survivor with a one-family history.

1955 was a great year to be a Mopar fan. Plymouth debuted one of its most radical styles to date. Virgil Exner brought in a sweeping design that looked fast standing still. The tapered angle of the front; the way the rounded fender top seemed to stretch from headlight to tailfin; and the smooth flow of the trunk all gave this a look that made Chevys and Fords jealous. The Pompano Peach and Saratoga Sand is a great '50 color combo, and this Plymouth really knows how to separate the two colors with unique trim lines that make this rolling artwork. In fact, all the brightwork has the kind of completeness that sends your nostalgia into overdrive. The two-tone is an older repaint, still glossy, but there are some minor imperfections to be found upon closer inspection, and they help tell this car's story as it has only known one family since new...four generations of them! So you're not looking at a classic; you're looking at an heirloom. ... Please ask for the full description.

Fort Worth Showroom
5400 Sandshell Dr, Suite 100
Fort Worth, TX, 76137
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Stock #:
4684-DFW
1955 Plymouth Savoy
$10,995
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1955 Plymouth Savoy

$10,995
SOLD
Stock
4684-DFW
Engine Size
230 Flathead I6
Transmission
3 Speed Manual
Miles
78,676 (Unknown)
Location
Fort Worth
Questions? Send A Message

or give us a call at (817) 764-8000

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Description

SINGLE FAMILY OWNER, SURVIVOR W/ OLDER REPAINT, 230 FLATHEAD 6 CYL, 3 SPD MAN

Rarely do you find an awesome two-tone classic like this for a value price. So take a look at the full vintage package this 1955 Plymouth Savoy offers. And as you really dig into this one, you'll also discover a great survivor with a one-family history.

1955 was a great year to be a Mopar fan. Plymouth debuted one of its most radical styles to date. Virgil Exner brought in a sweeping design that looked fast standing still. The tapered angle of the front; the way the rounded fender top seemed to stretch from headlight to tailfin; and the smooth flow of the trunk all gave this a look that made Chevys and Fords jealous. The Pompano Peach and Saratoga Sand is a great '50 color combo, and this Plymouth really knows how to separate the two colors with unique trim lines that make this rolling artwork. In fact, all the brightwork has the kind of completeness that sends your nostalgia into overdrive. The two-tone is an older repaint, still glossy, but there are some minor imperfections to be found upon closer inspection, and they help tell this car's story as it has only known one family since new...four generations of them! So you're not looking at a classic; you're looking at an heirloom.

The beige interior has the kind of presentation that reminds us that this era spent plenty of time thinking about panache. The dash had a very symmetrical presentation with the glovebox in the middle. All the right pieces are working, from the heart to the large speedometer. Both rows of bench seats have a great look with durable vinyl for the high traffic and textured cloth inserts for where you sit. All of this is highly original, and so those looking for perfection will certainly find faults. So you can certainly use the value price to save room in your budget for an overhaul. But the real appeal here is that there is a real tale that's told in the details. After all, it's pretty cool to mention that the wear marks in the steering wheel can all be traced to one branch of a family tree.

The look under the hood continues this car's vintage presentation. The oil bath air cleaner w/decal, generator, and long block of the 230 inline-six are all part of this time capsule. So it's hard to believe this is anything but the original powerplant and factory set up. In fact, the only upgrade you may spot is the electric fuel pump, and that's just the kind of thing you want when you are also looking to actually drive. The motor fires up nicely with the feeling of a well-respected classic. It likes to run strong, and the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission has the ideal vintage feel you expect in a sedan like this.

This is a true classic with an awesome story to tell. So if you love the full vintage car lifestyle, you know this is an irresistible survivor. Call today!!!

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Features

  • Vinyl Interior
  • Heat
  • Cloth Interior
  • Defrost
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Pompano Peach
Interior Color
Sand
Front Brakes
Drum
Rear Brakes
Drum
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