Plymouth Concords For Sale

The Plymouth Concord, a full-sized car made from 1951 to 1952, was the Chrysler division’s least expensive large model at the time. The Concord replaced the Deluxe in 1951, and would in turn be replaced by the Savoy. The name Concord came from the town in Massachusetts, a reference to the name Plymouth, the historic pilgrim settlement in the same state. Buyers in the early ‘50s could get the Concord as a two-door sedan or hardtop coupe, or a two-door station wagon, as well as an upscale trim level on the wagon called the Special Savoy. Find a classic Concord by searching the ads at FossilCars.

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