Plymouth offered two Series in 1950: The Deluxe and Special Deluxe. The latter came with better appointments such as: stainless steel windshield and rear window surrounds, chrome rear fender gravel shields,
Inside it had twin sun visors (only the driver got one in a Deluxe), richer interior fabrics, and the electric clock was standard.
This 1950 Plymouth Special Deluxe Club Coupe is a lovely example of one of their high-end cars for that year.
In a range of four different models the Club Coupe was the second biggest seller although sold less that half the number of the very popular four-door sedans.
Inside, the dash looks superb and features a woodgrain finish and plenty of chrome to complement it.
Plymouth’s only power plant for 1950 was an L-Head 217.8 cubic inch six cylinder engine. It output 97 horsepower and came paired with a 3-speed manual transmission.
L Head six cylinder engine
Plymouth sold 99,361 of these Special Deluxe Club Coupes during the 1950 model year. They were originally priced at $1,603.
This particular car enjoyed the additional benefits of a heater / defroster costing an additional $44 and an AM radio priced at $73.