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"RARE" 1949 Plymouth "Suburban" P-17 2 Dr. Station Wagon !!

Make: Plymouth
Model: Other
SubModel: Suburban
Type: Wagon
Year: 1949
Mileage: 44,937
VIN: 18031912
Color: Red
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States

1949 Plymouth Other Suburban Additional Info:

"RARE" !!... 1949 Plymouth "P17 Suburban" 2 Dr. Station Wagon !!

Just 44 K on it's clock and well taken care of. High gloss "Mexican Red" finish showing minimum patina.Fresh, atching interior.Nice chrome and bright work with good fit and trim. The folding seats give it plenty of utility us, and is also a people mover !!

Nostalgic travel stickers line the rear side windows from it's many travels across the U.S. A. !!

the 217 C.I. 6 cyl. w/ 97 H.P. A truly fine example all freshened and gone through.

Equipped with : heat / defroster, ide white newer tires, actory wheel covers / trim rings, ear fender skirts, M fac. radio, ear hatch, ual bench seating,and more !!!...

Starts, uns and drives excellent !! Ready for it's next road trip with it's ne, ucky owner !!..

We offer financing *w.a.c. up to 5 yrs. 20% down, o early payoff penalties.

"Discount" shipping is offered worldwide and can all be set up for you. Ask for a quote !!

Thank you for talking a look, nd we would be happy to answer any questions you may have.

1949 Plymouth Suburban Specifications :

The power train was a 217 cid, ith horsepower up to ninety-seven. This change came about through a newly designed cylinder head that raised compression from 6.7:1 to 7.0:1. A new intake manifold provided better distribution of the fuel-air mixture, uel pump capacity was increased, nd a fully automatic electric choke prevented "over" choking. New oil control rings with wider drainage slots and a chrome-plated top piston ring, long with improved crankcase ventilation, ere also claimed. A larger starter motor, esistor spark plugs and weather-proofed ignition system aided in cold and wet weather starting.

The landmark offering had to be the new all-steel two-door Suburban. With the rear seat in place there was 42 inches of cargo space available; with the seat folded down, nother 26- 1/2 inches were added. In a departure from the other wagons, he Suburban carried its spare tire in a well under the rear floor.

The Suburban had as standard equipment some items not found on the other P17s, uch as two sun visors, ual horns, ront bumper guards, ear-seat armrests, ome light, nd nine-leaf rear springs. Standard tire size on all P17s was 6.40x15in Goodyear Super Cushions (6.70 x 15 on the long wheelbase cars, ounted on 4-1/2in rims); 18in wheels were optional on the Suburban only. An oil filter was extra, he rear springs were uncovered, nd no crankshaft vibration dampener was furnished.

A fine riding and very practical Wagon for the Plymouth line up of 1949 !!..