Omri Dayan 1959 Plymouth Fun!

A little fun in the sun with a lovely car!

2y ago

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HANDS DOWN BEST SUBURBAN EVER MADE, AND AS A MATTER OF FACT ITS MY FAVORITE STATION WAGON!

Omri dayan

A land yacht, an American icon, a beauty. The car in question the '59 Plymouth checks all the boxes. What makes the classic American wagons so amazing? is it the styling; aggressive but smooth. The weight? The power? I think its a mix of all three and the creativity shown in the creation of these are absolutely outstanding!

Style is vital as any good American classic has a certain recognizable quality which you could see from a mile away. The Plymouth is simply outstanding! The curved rear mirror and the rear tail light fins! AND THEN YOU LEARN IT'S A DAILY DRIVER!

Power is an obvious necessity too! It needs to be loud and un-environmental to be a proper American classic!

Weight is what makes it a yacht, it sways from side to side, rocking back and forth as the steel glides down the road... like this:

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This car has a roll down rear window and folding seats so I can do this:

The engine is great too!

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Comments (6)

  • That "land yacht" certainly is show worthy, its kind of sad that he feels it is not. Beautiful wagon.

      2 years ago
    • Yea I know! I think I’ll convince him to bring it to Cars and coffee... thanks for watching please share!

        2 years ago
  • Nice to see someone from the younger generation doing some reviews on cars...and even on such an oldie..big up to you young man

      2 years ago
  • What a fantastic car!

      2 years ago

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