Did you know, Plymouth was founded in 1928 by Chrysler as a division to help them compete better against the GM and Ford models that were taking over the automobile world? The Maxwell Automobile Company was the predecessor of Plymouth bought out by Chrysler. The Plymouth 52 was the first Plymouth followed by the Model Q in 1928. The Model U was built in 1929 taking over as the Plymouth car. By 1939, Plymouth had built the first mass produced convertible car. In this time period, Plymouth was ranked the #3 car brand in the US. In the 1950’s, Plymouth had models like the Belvedere, Cambridge, Concord, Cranbrook, Deluxe, Fury, Plaza and Savoy. The late 1950’s cars were more advanced in design but the workmanship was poor and this damaged the Chrysler reputation. The 1960’s Plymouth models added the Barracuda, GTX, Road Runner, Satellite and Valiant. This was the beginning of the muscle car craze for Plymouth. The Barracuda and Road Runner were top sellers and were some of the fastest muscle cars built. In 1970, the Plymouth Duster was born as a bit smaller muscle car, but the engines were still strong. These muscle cars had hemi engines, 6-pack carburetors, big block and small block V-8 engines and all were very popular. Near the end of the 1970’s, Dodge saw the need for smaller cars so they created the Cricket, Colt and the Horizon.
The 1980’s brought a new age for cutting down vehicle size and making way for newer emission laws. Plymouth had models like the Acclaim, Arrow Truck, Arrow, Caravelle, Conquest, Colt, Gran Fury, Horizon, Reliant, Sapporo, Scamp, Sundance, Trailduster, Turismo, Volare, Voyager and Grand Voyager. The smaller cars were known as the K cars and were not very dependable. The Conquest was a Mitsubishi import and was popular. The best of Plymouth for the 1980’s was the birth of the minivans known as the Voyager and Grand Voyager which were built on the Dodge Caravan and Grand Caravan chassis. Plymouth continued throughout the 1990’s only adding the Breeze, Laser, Neon and Prowler. By 2001, Plymouth was done and Chrysler re-branded the name of Plymouth into Chrysler and Dodge cars.
Plymouth cars are still on the roads today and will always require auto repairs as well as auto body and maintenance service. Guy’s Automotive offers a complete auto repair and auto body repair shop to service the Plymouth automobiles. Older Plymouth automobiles can be restored by the Guy’s Automotive auto body shop. All Plymouth cars and vans can be serviced by the auto mechanics at Guy’s Automotive. No matter what kind of auto repairs or services your Plymouth needs, checkout Guy’s Automotive today for all types of repairs. The Guy’s Automotive website is full of useful repair information on all of the repairs Guy’s Automotive performs on Plymouth vehicles and more.
|Plymouth Auto Ac Repair|
|Gives you an insight on the different auto ac repairs we perform on Plymouth automobiles.|
|Plymouth Brake Repairs|
|All types of ABS and brake repairs performed on Plymouth automobiles.|
|Check out the various styles of tune-ups we perform for Plymouth automobiles. Guy’s Automotive can do all maintenance and tune-up procedures for all models of Plymouth.|
|Plymouth Auto Body and Collision Repairs|
|An extensive collection of samples of auto body work performed at our auto body shop.|
|Plymouth Engine Repairs / Replacements|
|Guy’s Automotive repairs, rebuilds and replaces Plymouth engines. Any maintenance or engine issues are not a problem for our mechanics.|
|Plymouth Transmission Repairs / Replacements|
|Guy’s Automotive can diagnose, repair, rebuild or replace Plymouth transmissions or perform any types of transmission maintenance.|
|Plymouth Auto Repair Services|
|Our services page will show you all of the various auto repair services we offer making us a complete auto repair and auto body repair shop for your Plymouth!|
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