1937 Plymouth Businessman's Coupe Mint Antique Collectible Barn Yard Rare Find

  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Businessman's Coupe
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Mint Collectible Barn Yard Find w/Docs
  • Year: 1937
  • Mileage: 46,065
  • Color: Green
  • Engine size: 6 Cyl
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Fullerton, California, United States


This is a 1937 Plymouth Businessman’s Coupe in mint condition Turn Key! It is very rare with original documentations with brochures and paperwork from when the car was new! This car comes with the original spare tire from 1937! It is the original color from the brochure of when the car was new! This car belongs to a private car collector and has been meticulously maintained! It is in pristine condition! This car has not seen rain in a long time and has always been stored in doors. This car is excellent to add onto a collection and the amount of documentations and brochures it comes with makes this car very unique!
The interior of the car is in excellent shape! No lose trims or missing pieces. The interior is immaculate and you will not find any blemishes. All the seats are nice and comfortable. The carpet and headliner are in brand new shape. This businessman’s edition has a storage compartment behind the driver’ seat and behind the passenger seat you have the original 1937 spare wheel! The interior smells nice and clean with no weird odor or smell. All the of the interior amenities work including the crank up windshield, or the 1937 air-conditioner!
The exterior of the car is flawless! The paint shines like it just rolled off of the factory assembly line! There is no blemishes in the paint what so ever! The body is straight and looks great. You will not find a single ding or dent anywhere! I would say the exterior is in showroom condition. All the doors, windows and glass all open and close like they should. all the glass, and lights are all nice and crack free. Overall, I would say the exterior is in great condition.
Mechanically, the car is sound! It starts up with ease and runs great! The engine does not make any weird noises or vibration. The whole car is dry underneath with no leaks. All the hoses, and belts look great. All the gauges and every single thing works on the car as if it was new! I am so confident in the car, I would not hesitate to drive this car to New York tonight, even though I wouldn’t as it is an antique!
This car is in great shape and has been restored to Turn Key condition. The only reason this car is for sale is due to downsizing the collection. This car seats in an airplane hangar with 7 of its siblings. We can help ship this car anywhere around the globe as long as the buyer makes the arrangements. This is truly a collectible Barn Yard find in excellent shape. I have described the car to the best of my knowledge, I highly encourage an inspection before purchase. You can call/txt me anytime at 626 232 1831.
The 1937 Plymouth Businessman’s Coupe was the base model and was intended for use by salesman to call on customers to display their wares. The base model had only one windshield wiper and one taillight. For the ’37, the factory built 67,144 coupes and were built in Detroit, Los Angeles, Evansville and Windsor. The wheel base was 112 inches. The engine was a 6 cylinder straight six, with a Bore and Stroke 3 1/8x4 3/8, 201.2 Cu inches and compression was either 6.7 for the standar, or 5.2 for the economy. Horsepower was 82 @3600 rpm for the standard and 65 for the economy. Torque was 146@1200 for the standard and 138 for the economy. The weight of the car was 2,765 pounds and the cost was $575. The radio was an option. One of the unique features of the car was the location of the starter against the firewall. The driver turned the ignition key to the on position, pushed the starter against the firewall and the accelerator automatically went down approximately an 1 /8”and squirted gas into the one barrel carburetor and the car started instantly. The transmission was a standard “H” pattern with “three on the floor”. The businessman usually kept his samples on a shelf with three compartments located directly behind the driver’s seat. This particular vehicle was painted aquamarine blue and has beautiful mohair interior and was restored to a high degree.

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