|Parent company||Chrysler Corporation|
|Body style(s)||2-door sedan|
2-door hardtop coupe
2 door station wagon
|Engine(s)||3.6 L I6 (97 bhp)|
|Wheelbase||111 in (2819 mm)|
|Length||188.125 in (4778 mm)|
The Plymouth Concord, was a full-size automobile, produced by the Plymouth division of Chrysler, from 1951-1952. It represented Plymouth's cheapest model in its lineup. It replaced the Deluxe, and was replaced by the Savoy only from 1954 onwards.
The Concord Series was available in a simple Deluxe trim level. For the station wagon an additional Special Savoy top-of-the-line trim level was available.
The name "Concord", was later used on a Chrysler, the 1993-2004 Chrysler Concorde, though it was spelled "Concorde".
- Gunnell, John (Editor): Standard Catalog of American Cars 1946-1975, Krause Publications Inc., Iola (2002), ISBN 0-87349-461-X
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