1941 PLYMOUTH TRUCK

1941 Plymouth PT125

Make: Plymouth
Model: PT125
Type: PICKUP
Year: 1941
Mileage: 4,467
VIN: ANA8963CAL
Color: Gray
Engine: 1947 PLYMOUTH
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 2 WD
Interior color: RED & BLACK
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Safety: FRONT DISC BRAKES
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: McHenry, Illinois, United States
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Description for Plymouth PT125 1941

I’m reluctantly selling my “One of A Kind Ole School” Plymouth Pickup. I purchased this RUST FREE farm truck in several pieces from Oregon State in 2004. (See Photos) It’s been an ongoing restoration with 4,467 miles since inception.


  • 47 Plymouth Full Race Flathead 240 cu. in. Motor( Estimated 175 - 190 HP)
  • Edgy Finned Aluminum High Compression Head and Performance Ground Cam
  • Dual Speedway 9 Super 7 Carbs (Reproduction Stromberg 97's)
  • Cable Throttle Linkage
  • Offy Dual Intake
  • ORIGINAL Fenton Headers
  • Dual Smitty's 36" Glass Pack Mufflers, Stainless Exhausts
  • Petronix Electronic Ignition
  • Holley Electric Fuel pump with Emergency Shut Off
  • Holley Fuel Pressure Regulator
  • Fram Inline Canister Fuel Filter
  • Chrysler 6cyl High Volume Oil Pump
  • Trans 700R 4 speed Auto, WilCap Adapter, American Shifter Side Mount Floor Shifter
  • Rear-end 70's Mopar A-Body 8 3/4, 3.92 Gears, Drum Brakes
  • Front Suspension all New, 3.5" Dropped Axle, King Pins, Front Disc Brakes
  • Stainless Steel Brake and Fuel Lines
  • 12 Volt New Wiring Harness and Fuse Panel
  • Van Tilt Steering Column and Flaming River Vega Steering Box
  • All working Rebuilt or Original Stock Gages
  • A-Body E-Brake Cables connected to Original E-Brake Floor Lever
  • Cab Operating Floor Pedals appear original even though it's a 4 speed auto Trans
  • Steel Bed Floor with Spray-Tech Spray on Bedliner
  • Tinted Glass
  • Crank-out Windshield
  • Electric Wiper Motor
  • Refurbished Fuel Tank
  • 16" Wheels, WW Radial Tire, Spider Center Caps


The Truck runs and drives excellent. I restored it to appear as a 50's Shop Truck/Semi Rat Rod. It's never driven in bad weather, always garaged, and heated winter storage.