It's possible that new automobile lovers who have only lately entered the automotive

The carmaker, owned by Chrysler, was a major player in the history of American automobiles,

particularly in the 1960s and early 1970s, when muscle cars were at their peak

In 2000, Chrysler announced the discontinuation of the Plymouth brand, citing 

sales, brand dilution, market saturation, and changing consumer preferences. 

Even though Plymouth is no longer produced, its heritage endures thanks to its famous classic vehicles,