The Plymouth Business (in the first year: Plymouth Business Six ) was a great car, the Chrysler under the brand name Plymouth was manufactured in the years 1935 to 1938. It replaced the Six / Special Six of 1935 and in 1936 also the standard . 1938/1939, he was in turn by the model Road Kingreplaced.

From year to year

Model PJ (1935)

The PJ model - a model name for all trim levels this year - had been constructed from scratch. The wheelbase of the new X-frame was uniformly 2870 mm. The bodies fell from rounder than its predecessor. For the first time there was a "Commercial Sedan", a station wagon based on the two-door sedan, received a stern structure of wood as a cargo space and only had one seat. The doors of the cars were now front hinged rear instead. The car had a side-valve six-cylinder engine with 3299 cc, the 82 bhp contributed (60 kW) at 3600 rpm.

Six of Business presented the most basic version of the model PJ represents Until August 1935 created 63,536 pieces.

Model P1 (1936)

With just a few stylistic changes launched the new model P1. For the business now, there were two-and four-door "Traveller Sedan" - models (sedan cars, with separate trunk) available, as in the year before that for the Deluxe. From the Commercial Sedan was now a real estate with rear door.

Between September 1935 and August 1936 caused 92,526 Business.

P3 model (1937)

Again, the business was priced Plymouth series. Since the company this year its own truck series on truck chassis, the Commercial Car introduced, accounted for all variants of the Business Combination. The business had to offer less than the top-deluxe chrome and was available by default only in black.An additional cost, there were other colors. On (rarely expressed) wish there was a saving motor with a lower power output of 65 bhp (48 kW).

In this model year 73,644 vehicles were built business.

Model P5 (1938)

The model P5 had bulkier, wider front fenders forward and a slightly higher waistline. This saw the vehicles somewhat stocky, what the customer did not like it much.In addition, there were many cars on the market so that the selling of the already quite frumpy looking models ran pretty bad. Upon request, there was a highly compressed engine, which delivered 86 bhp (63 kW). Turn of the year - so the middle of the model year - named to Business in the Road King to, because this name is not so much reminded me of a commercial vehicle. Also got the new model front quarter windows, like the Deluxe.

Of both models (Business and Road King) emerged in 1938 74 785 pieces