1928 Plymouth Model Q
In 1928, Walter P. Acquire Chrysler and Dodge Brothers company launched two completely new companion line, DeSoto and Plymouth. Originally called ‘Plymouth Chrysler‘ to identify with Walter Chrysler, Plymouth Model Q replaces the four-cylinder Chrysler as a company leader of entry-level price. Power is of 170.3 cubic inch L-head four-cylinder engine offered 45 horsepower. They are equipped with three-speed manual gearbox and hydraulic drum brakes at the front and rear. 109.75-inch wheelbase is measured and has a 169-inch length.
Chrysler Plymouth marque was given a boat that could compete head-to-head with Ford and Chevrolet, marking the creation of industry ‘low price of three.’
Plymouth Mayflower sailing ship car logos with pilgrims landing at Plymouth Rock. A thin, ribbon-style radiator shell to make a tent look longer.
Model year production for 1928 reached 66.097 units. Q The model is available in seven different bodystyles that include two roadsters (one with a rumble seat), DeLuxe Coupe, Tourer, 2 and 4 door sedan and coupe standards.
1928 Plymouth Model Q Specifications
- Engine Location : Front
- Drive Type : Rear Wheel
- Coach Work : Briggs Manufacturing
- Price : $670-$725
- Weight : 2210 lbs | 1002.439 kg
- Engine Type : I4 2791 cc | 170.3 cu in. | 2.8 L. 45 HP (33.12 KW) @ 2800 RPM
- Bore : 3.6 in | 92 mm.
- Stroke : 4.1 in | 105 mm.
- Transmission: 3 Manual Sliding gear; spur gears; Floor shift controls
- Total Plymouth Production for 1928 : 66,097
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