The SonoRamic option was available on the 361 and 383 engines across the Savoy, Belvedere, Fury model line. A total of 1,573 SonoRamic Plymouths were built in 1960, and that includes 84 station wagons.
These production figures are from "The 1960 Plymouth Sonoramic Commando Guide" by Darrel Davis.
This engine is the 361.
The SonoRamic option was offered only in 1960 and 1961. The ram induction system was also available as an option on Dodges in '60 and '61 (known as the D500 option) and on the 1960 DeSoto. Ram induction was standard on the Chrysler 300F.
The Plymouths equipped with the ram option
had these special badges on the front fenders.
This car was built 12/16/1959 and is loaded with options: Auto headlight dimmer, power door locks, swivel front seats, power seat, power windows, RCA record player, SonoRamic Induction, limited slip differential, power steering, power brakes, HI-FI radio, heater, tinted glass, padded sun visors, airfoam seats, deluxe appearance group (wheel covers, front fender sport shields, deluxe steering wheel, padded dash), rear sport deck lid, remote left rear view mirror, windshield washer & variable speed wipers, & undercoating. It was built at Lynch Road assembly plant in Detroit and originally sold to Edwin Tucker Chrysler-Plymouth in Antwerp, NY. The sticker including options was $4,189.15, the base price was $2,775, so this car had $1,414.15 in options (50% of base price).
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These pictures are from a matchbook from Chrysler.
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