Plymouth Motors was an American icon for over seventy years responsible for such automotive works of art as the Plymouth Barracuda and the limited production Plymouth Prowler. First founded in 1928 as a low-cost, economy brand Plymouth eventually went on to produce some of the most well-known and distinctive cruisers and passenger cars of the 20th Century. Despite this, decisions made by Chrysler as early as the 1960s would eventually determine the fate of the marque. It was at this time that Chrysler executives decided to place more emphasis on the Dodge brand, reducing the price gap between it and Plymouth which resulted in increased sales of the former while handicapping the latter. The result was that by the 1990s, all Plymouth vehicles except the Prowler were simply rebadged Dodge vehicles.
Sadly, although Plymouth made great cars for over a half a century lack of support by Chrysler and a much harsher economic landscape forced it to cease operations in 2001. Like so many other great American automotive marques that left us forever at the turn of the century (just think of the demise of Mercury, Pontiac and Oldsmobile) there will always be those who love and support the brand. There is even talk of a return of the Plymouth Barracuda which would be rebadged under the Dodge name so there is yet hope. But, for those you looking to restore, upgrade or update your Plymouth interiors you've come to the right place.