Touring saloon, convertible coupé, fixed-head coupé, 7 passenger saloon.
Just to confuse matters, Chrysler introduced a Plymouth into the range in '38 - it differed from the Kew and Wimbledon simply through gearing (in the case of the Kew) and not having an overdrive (compared to the Wimbledon). '37 cars had bulbous grilles with a pronounced overhang, and the Kew a 4.875:1 or 4.125:1 final drive, while the Wimbledon had a 4.375:1 ratio and overdrive. All had three speeds, semi-elliptics and sidevalves, although there was still a choice of engines.
- 2790cc/5288cc/3302cc (S6 SV)
- Front engine, rear-wheel drive
- Production dates:
- 1937 to 1938
- Number produced: