December 24, 2015
While Ford and GM cars were starting to get longer, lower, and wider, the chairman of the Chrysler Corporation mandated that his cars be tall enough for a gentleman riding inside to keep his hat on. This 1951 Plymouth Cambridge four-door is a prime example of the tall-roofed Mopars of the era. A complete restyle for ’53 didn’t help much; it wasn’t until the ‘55s made their debut that Chrysler finally got with the modern styling program. Came across this one a few weeks ago in Middleport. Jim Corbran, RRofWNY …and check out our Facebook page: Non-American Classic Cars The post RealRides Of WNY appeared first on Buffalo Cars.