Here’s a post link to my blogging friend Joy Neal Kidney. She has the most interesting stories about Rural Iowa during WWII. And it turns out our grandfathers had the same make car.
While Donald Wilson was home in November 1941, AWOL, his family traded off their “old smoking Buick” for a brand-new gray, 1942 Plymouth four-door, 95-horsepower, Special Deluxe sedan with concealed running boards. 287 more words1942 Plymouth — Joy Neal Kidney