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1935 Factory Photos

This Deluxe PJ 2-door sedan was used by the Detroit Police Department in their public school safety education program.
The June 1935 issue of Popular Mechanics tells you all about a motorcycle powered by the new Plymouth 6 cylinder engine.
This PJ “six” has the hood rings and optional 5.25 x 20” tires. These farm wheels greatly increase the road clearance and fill up the wheel wells.
Two door sedans like this Deluxe touring sedan accounted for over 97,000 of the year’s total production.
The rumble seat convertible was released in April in time for spring sales season. Only 2500 of these were built.
Swift’s Premium salesmen covered their routes in this standard business coupe. It even had the rare standard hood ornament. Slightly more than 66,000 coupes were built.
All touring sedan models featured the built in trunk, which carried the spare tire, tools and a little luggage.
The PJ 4-door sedans outsold all other body styles at close to 180,000 units. Unlike the touring sedan, the quarter windows could be lowered.
Released in April, this 7-passenger sedan rode on a really long 128” wheelbase. Only 965 of these were built.
To date, there are no known survivors of the 119 Westchester Suburban station wagons built by U.S. Body and Forging.

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