1931 Plymouth PA

The Model PA is a middle-class passenger car initially sold by Chrysler under its Plymouth marque in 1931. It succeeded the Model 30U and was replaced by the New Finer Plymouth. About 106,896 examples were produced.

The Model PA was fitted with a 3214cc four-cylinder side-valve engine capable of generating 56 bhp (41 kW) of power. Its engine featured rubber bearings, which made the car quieter and more comfortable, comparable to six-cylinder vehicles of the time. The PA measured 4312 mm long and weighed between 1105 and 1266 kg.