If anyone had any doubts about America's focus on the war in Europe in 1941 a look through Plymouth's color names would leave little doubt: Battalion Beige, Casino Beige, West Point Gold, Pilot Green, Artillery Green, Airwing Gray, Flight Gray, and Aviator Blue. Any GI fortunate to buy this Pilot Green 1941 Plymouth Special Deluxe Convertible had it made particularly after civilian automobile production ended in February 1942. It has been restored to high standards with a number of accessories that make it particularly desirable including wide whitewall tires, hubcaps with trim rings, heater, clock, radio, remote spotlight, Mopar driving lights and a set of accessory bumper extensions and center grille and trunk guards. Plymouth called them 'wingtips' and a 'Superguard' respectively. The Pilot Green exterior is set off by brown upholstery and interior trim and a black cloth top. It comes with its owner's manual and is a fully restored car that will stand out in seas of Fords and gulfs of Chevys from the same year.