“I’m no millionaire, but it’s mine!”
I may never be a millionaire — but with this new Plymouth they brought out this year, I figure I can drive like one!
They call this car “1960-new,” and I see what they mean. I looked ’em all over before I traded, and I didn’t see any other car at any price that came within three years of having what this car has.
Look at that long, low styling — three years ahead of the field, And that new Torsion-Aire ride is everything they claim for it — just floats you over the road. There’s more power under the hood than I’ll ever want to call on, unless I’m caught in a tight spot. 235 gallop-ing horses! And it handles like a sports car—no sway or roll on turns.
The price? Well, I got a good deal — but on top of that, this car is still right down there in the low-price field. You tell me — what more could I ask? What more could a millionaire get? You can bet it’s true what they’re all saying…
When you drive a PLYMOUTH, suddenly it’s 1960