PLYMOUTH PC/PD/PE/PF (CHRYSLER KEW/WIMBLEDON)
Saloon, de luxe saloon.
After 1932, Plymouths were rebadged as Chryslers over here basically because of the latter marque's good name. That explains why it is possible to have a Chrysler with a Plymouth grille and bonnet shutters. The Kew and Wimbledon were listed only with the small bore engine for these two seasons, and both came with all round beam axles and semi-elliptic springing, three-speed 'boxes, four main bearing sidevalve engines and 107ins wheelbase frames. The Kew was distinguished by an auto clutch control.