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Plymouth Stock Car - 201

 

Is it me or are the proportions a bit wrong on this one? The cabin seems short in proportion to the rest of the car and too low with small windows. Is this Dinky doing their modelling from pictures and not the real car? Not sure about the oversize wheels either. How would it steer and what happens when the suspension bottoms out?

The Plymouth Gran Fury is an automobile manufactured by the Chrysler Corporation to signify Plymouth's largest full-size automobile from 1975 to 1977. The nameplate would be used on successive downsizings, first in 1980, and again in 1982, through what would originally have been intermediate and compact classes in the early 1970s, all with conventional rear-wheel drive layouts. By the time the Plymouth Gran Fury ended production in 1989, it was Plymouth's last remaining rear-wheel drive car, a configuration used since Plymouth's first car was introduced in 1928. It was also Plymouth's last remaining V8 equipped vehicle. Plymouth would not have another rear-wheel drive car until the 1997 Prowler roadster.

The Dinky Plymouth Stock Car (201) was introduced in 1979 and deleted in 1980.There are no colour or casting variations

 
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Plymouth Stock Car - 201 Plymouth Stock Car - 201 Plymouth Stock Car - 201
Plymouth Stock Car - 201 Plymouth Stock Car - 201 Plymouth Stock Car - 201
Plymouth Stock Car - 201 Plymouth Stock Car - 201 Plymouth Stock Car - 201
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