During the Great Depression, as well as World War II, automakers were facing severe issues and shortages. This led to many going on hiatus in the critical years. That’s why you’ll find that Plymouth’s De Luxe range, initially introduced in 1933 would see production ceased from 1942 to 1946. Of course, they updated the design, as well as certain mechanical aspects when production resumed. This 1948 Plymouth De Luxe Station Wagon Woody is from that second window of production, and reflects a time when the war was over, and people were full of hope for a better future. With just 91 miles since a full restoration, it’s a great classic to add to your collection, and drive on weekends for all to enjoy.