1954 Plymouth Belmont

A concept car from the Plymouth Division (Chrysler Corporation) for the 1954 New York Auto Show. The car was styled by Briggs powered by a 157hp V8 engine. Although concept cars were routinely destroyed once their useful life was over, under a special arrangement with Chrysler, the Belmont became the personal property of Vice President of […]

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1997 Plymouth Prowler

A hot-rod styling car, with a striking design feature: the open Indy racer-style front wheels. It has 3.5-liter V6 engine in a aluminum-intensive body designed by Syd Mead. By the time it was discontinued in 2002, wearing a Chrysler badge after Plymouth’s demise, fewer than 12,000 Prowlers had been sold.

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1960 Plymouth XNR

A bold and risky asymmetrical design by Virgil Exner for Plymouth. America’s postwar thinks that futuristic cars will be exuberants and inspired by jet aircraft and rockets. A little bit like Flash Gordon comics. Built in Carrozzeria Ghia in Italy, this car was only a concept, the project never got the green light. The car […]

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