Plymouth 1956

Belvedere
Savoy
Plaza
Suburban
Fury – new model
Plainsman – prototype
Turbine Special – prototype

 

Belvedere

wb: 115 in          
4 Door Sedan          
2 Door Club Sedan          
4 Door Sport Sedan          
2 Door Sport Coupé          
2 Door Convertible          

 

Savoy

wb: 115 in          
4 Door Sedan          
2 Door Club Sedan          
2 Door Sport Coupé          

 
 

 

Plaza

wb: 115 in          
4 Door Sedan          
2 Door Club Sedan          
2 Door Business Coupé          

 

Suburban

  wb: 115 in R6 V8    
Sport 4 Door Stn Wgn x x    
Custom 2 Door Stn Wgn x x    
Custom 4 Door Stn Wgn 9 Psgr x x    
Deluxe 2 Door Stn Wgn x x    


Suburban Sport


Suburban Custom


Suburban Custom


Suburban Deluxe

 

Fury

wb: 115 in V8
240 hp
2 Door Sport Coupé  

 

European brochure

         
   

 

Prototypes

         
   


Chrysler Corporation unveiled the experimental Plainsman "idea station wagon" during the January, 1956 Chicago Auto Show. Mounted on a 115-inch wheelbase Plymouth chassis, the 2-door wagon accents a Western theme with its "Palomino beige" finish, gold-coloured Texas Longhorn medallion and hand-worked bronze trim which is chrome plated. A unique cantilever, stepped roof contains a centered louvered ventilator that provides draft-free ventilation of the 8-passenger cabin, and the padded white fabric top covering the rear two-thirds of the all-steel roof was weather-resistant.