Plymouth PE Deluxe Coupe
By the end of 1933 one of every four new cars sold in the United States bore Plymouth's distinctive Mayflower badge. Chrysler Corporation had produced one million Plymouths in just six years.
A 1934 Plymouth cost one hundred dollars more than a Ford but was longer, heavier and better-equipped, with independent front suspension. The optional aluminum cylinder head boosted the output of Plymouth's refined 6-cylinder engine to within three horses of Ford's vaunted V8.
Source: Walter P. Chrysler Museum