Hemmings Issue with buyers guide for 49-50 Plymouth

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Hemmings Issue with buyers guide for 49-50 Plymouth

Post by Terra1936 » Fri Jun 25th, 2010 7:27

If you happened to a newstand this month and picked up the latest issue of Hemmings Motor News, there is a buyers guide on page 26 about the 49 and 50 plymouth. The article covers the differences and simularities between the years. Lists many pros for collecting and some of the cons. I really liked the info. They also claim 21 mpg. WOW!!!

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Re: Hemmings Issue with buyers guide for 49-50 Plymouth

Post by Johnny_S » Sun Jul 4th, 2010 5:09

I think 21 mpg is mostly wishful thinking and optimum coasting.

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Re: Hemmings Issue with buyers guide for 49-50 Plymouth

Post by Specialdeluxe » Mon Jul 12th, 2010 11:02

Terra1936 wrote:If you happened to a newstand this month and picked up the latest issue of Hemmings Motor News, there is a buyers guide on page 26 about the 49 and 50 plymouth. The article covers the differences and simularities between the years. Lists many pros for collecting and some of the cons. I really liked the info. They also claim 21 mpg. WOW!!!

Are you able to scan and post the page?
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Good going in your Plymouth! :driving:

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