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1940 Plymouth Deluxe Woody Station Wagon

Sale price: $52,995.00 make an offer

Car location: Rogers, Minnesota, United States

Sale type: Fixed price listing

Technical specifications, photos and description:

Year:
1940
Mileage:
17597
Engine:
201.3 Cu. In. Inline 6
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1940 Plymouth Deluxe Woody Station Wagon for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.1) based on 60 votes
 (763) 428-7337(763) 428-7337

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1940 Plymouth Deluxe Woody Station Wagon - Ellingson Motorcars

Stock #:

8569

Exterior Color:

Regal Maroon

Interior Color:

Beige

Body Type:

Station Wagon

Transmission:

3 Speed Manual

Drivetrain:

RWD

Engine:

201.3 Cu. In. Inline 6

Mileage:

17,597

This 1940 Plymouth Deluxe Woody Station Wagon is an outstanding example and has remained in the same family since new. Advertised by Plymouth as the "Low Priced Beauty with the Luxury Ride," the Plymouths almost outsold Fords in 1940. In 1940, the Chrysler Corporation gave Plymouths the new bodies that Chrysler models received a year earlier. The wheelbase was lengthened by 3 inches which, along with a few other engineering changes, increased the interior space on the car by 10 cubic feet from previous models. We are told that the roomier interior was the original owner's deciding factor when he purchased the car new, since he was a traveling musician and he needed a car that could fit his B3 Hammond Organ and Leslie Speaker. The original owner passed the car down to his son and later, his grandson. Under the hood on this '40 Plymouth Woody is a 201.3 Cubic Inch Inline 6 Cylinder Engine with a Carter Single Barrel Carburetor. The inline 6 is hooked up to a 3 speed manual transmission that is shifted using the column mounted shifter. This '40 Plymouth Woody sits on 4 blackwall bias-ply tires with color-matched wheels and Plymouth hubcaps which give this Mopar a classic look. The exterior has been refinished in beautiful Royal Maroon paint and gorgeous wood paneling. The black vinyl roof also appears to be in great condition. The exterior also features some nice accessories such as a driver's side-mounted mirror as well as front bumper guards. The interior on this 1940 Woody Station Wagon looks amazing. The 3 rows of burgundy vinyl and cloth bench seats were all redone. The dash and steering wheel show a bit of patina but are in their stock configuration. The dash is equipped with an 100 MPH speedometer, oil pressure gauge, fuel gauge, temperature gauge, amp gauge, and a push-button AM radio, as well as a Model-36 deluxe heater under the dash. The wood paneling throughout the interior, including the door panels, headliner, and rear tailgate, are stunning and show the level of craftsmanship that went into the build of this '40 Plymouth. Whether you're looking for your first collectible Mopar or you are in search of an ultra-rare woody wagon to add to your growing collection, this 1940 Plymouth Deluxe Woody Station Wagon has a great look and an even better single-family owned story. Give us a call today!

Vehicle Description

This 1940 Plymouth Deluxe Woody Station Wagon is an outstanding example and has remained in the same family since new. Advertised by Plymouth as the "Low Priced Beauty with the Luxury Ride," the Plymouths almost outsold Fords in 1940. In 1940, the Chrysler Corporation gave Plymouths the new bodies that Chrysler models received a year earlier. The wheelbase was lengthened by 3 inches which, along with a few other engineering changes, increased the interior space on the car by 10 cubic feet from previous models. We are told that the roomier interior was the original owner's deciding factor when he purchased the car new, since he was a traveling musician and he needed a car that could fit his B3 Hammond Organ and Leslie Speaker. The original owner passed the car down to his son and later, his grandson. Under the hood on this '40 Plymouth Woody is a 201.3 Cubic Inch Inline 6 Cylinder Engine with a Carter Single Barrel Carburetor. The inline 6 is hooked up to a 3 speed manual transmission that is shifted using the column mounted shifter. This '40 Plymouth Woody sits on 4 blackwall bias-ply tires with color-matched wheels and Plymouth hubcaps which give this Mopar a classic look. The exterior has been refinished in beautiful Royal Maroon paint and gorgeous wood paneling. The black vinyl roof also appears to be in great condition. The exterior also features some nice accessories such as a driver's side-mounted mirror as well as front bumper guards. The interior on this 1940 Woody Station Wagon looks amazing. The 3 rows of burgundy vinyl and cloth bench seats were all redone. The dash and steering wheel show a bit of patina but are in their stock configuration. The dash is equipped with an 100 MPH speedometer, oil pressure gauge, fuel gauge, temperature gauge, amp gauge, and a push-button AM radio, as well as a Model-36 deluxe heater under the dash. The wood paneling throughout the interior, including the door panels, headliner, and rear tailgate, are stunning and show the level of craftsmanship that went into the build of this '40 Plymouth. Whether you're looking for your first collectible Mopar or you are in search of an ultra-rare woody wagon to add to your growing collection, this 1940 Plymouth Deluxe Woody Station Wagon has a great look and an even better single-family owned story. Give us a call today!

Vehicle Warranty

WARRANTIES FOR THIS VEHICLE:

AS IS - NO DEALER WARRANTY

THE DEALER DOES NOT PROVIDE A WARRANTY FOR ANY REPAIRS AFTER SALE.

About Ellingson Motorcars

Ellingson Motorcars is the Midwest's premier classic car dealer. Our huge indoor showroom is located just outside Minneapolis and features 100+ classic cars, muscle cars, restored trucks, original survivors and restomods ranging from the 1920s to late model collectibles.

Our friendly staff are experienced and knowledgeable when it comes to selling or buying classic cars and can help you find your dream car. With over 25 years of experience selling classic cars and trucks, we've sold and shipped thousands of classics to all 50 states and to nearly every continent.

Customers trust the unparallel quality of our vehicles.  In fact, most of our customers purchased their classic car sight unseen without even visiting our showroom.  To ensure that every classic in our inventory meets our high standards, each vehicle undergoes our 100+ point inspection.  This extensive inspection and intake process allows our customers to trust that the car they saw on the internet runs, drives, and looks as they expected.

Ready to sell your classic or collectible vehicle? Our consignment and buying programs help you sell your classic car and put cash in your pocket! Contact us today and we'll help you determine the best possible price for your vehicle. We also offer full repair services to keep your collectible car running perfectly while it is on display in our Rogers showroom and for years to come. Whether you're in the market for a classic Chevy, Ford, Dodge or something a little less common like a Packard or Studebaker, Ellingson's has the right classic vehicle for you.

Ellingson Motorcars is the Midwest's premier classic car dealer. Our huge indoor showroom is located just outside Minneapolis and features 100+ classic cars, muscle cars, restored trucks, original survivors and restomods ranging from the 1920s to late model collectibles.

Our friendly staff are experienced and knowledgeable when it comes to selling or buying classic cars and can help you find your dream car. With over 25 years of experience selling classic cars and trucks, we've sold and shipped thousands of classics to all 50 states and to nearly every continent.

Customers trust the unparallel quality of our vehicles.  In fact, most of our customers purchased their classic car sight unseen without even visiting our showroom.  To ensure that every classic in our inventory meets our high standards, each vehicle undergoes our 100+ point inspection.  This extensive inspection and intake process allows our customers to trust that the car they saw on the internet runs, drives, and looks as they expected.

Ready to sell your classic or collectible vehicle? Our consignment and buying programs help you sell your classic car and put cash in your pocket! Contact us today and we'll help you determine the best possible price for your vehicle. We also offer full repair services to keep your collectible car running perfectly while it is on display in our Rogers showroom and for years to come. Whether you're in the market for a classic Chevy, Ford, Dodge or something a little less common like a Packard or Studebaker, Ellingson's has the right classic vehicle for you.

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(763) 428-7337(763) 428-7337

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We accept the following payment methods:
- Cashier's Check/money order
- Cash (in person)
- Personal check (once cleared)

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Sales tax, title, license fee, registration fee, dealer documentary fee, finance charges, emission testing fees, and compliance fees are additional to the advertised price. Vehicle is listed locally, we reserve the right to end the auction at any time.

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