1940 PT 105 Red Plymouth Trucks
Watercolor, 11” x 14”, 2016
by Mary Morano
The 1940 PT 105 Red Plymouth Trucks were a work of art! Fewer than 7,000 PT 105s were ever produced. Plymouth made these trucks from 1937 to 1941, and not many of these first generation trucks remain today. The price tag on these shiny babies? $500 new, and that didn’t include a heater, radio or rear bumpers. All of those things were optional. The production of all civilian trucks ended in the spring of 1942, as the automakers were busy building military vehicles for the war.
It’s easy to picture these Plymouth Trucks in a small southern town, the kind with quaint dated buildings nestled along Main Street. Maybe the old timers who own these Trucks would meet for breakfast every Tuesday at Elroy’s diner. There they would sit in mismatched chairs and Betty Sue the waitress would serve them waffles. With their elbows resting on the Formica table tops, they would look out the window and admire their beautiful Plymouths.
Fine Art Prints of this painting are available in 8″ x 10″ for $25.00 plus $5.00 shipping. Every Print is matted and signed by the Artist.
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